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Stephen Schimpff, MD

Columbia, Maryland
Graduate of Yale Medical School, Yale New Haven Hospital internal medicine residency, 13 years at the National Cancer Institute and remainder of career at the University of Maryland Medical System and School of Medicine. Professor of medicine and public policy. COO of multiple hospital system and... Full Bio
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Curing Medicare

Book Review.This might seem like a curious title for a blog post but it reflects a very serious national need. Medicare is the...

Aging Gracefully Part 4 Comprehensive Primary Care For The Elderly

Comprehensive primary care is essential to good health, wellness and needed medical care during our elder years. It is critical to Aging...

Aging Gracefully – Part 3 The Importance of Comprehensive Primary Care

Most people misunderstand what constitutes really good primary care.  We can slow the aging process with appropriate life style and behaviors...

Aging Gracefully – Part 2 Slowing The Aging Process

Can we slow the aging process?  The answer is a definite yes and it all has to do with our lifestyles and behaviors.  Here is a quiz.  What...

Aging Gracefully – Part 1

It is possible to slow the aging process.  No there is no Fountain of Youth and no, there is no pill that’s been discovered.  It’s...
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