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ART & MEDICINE ENCORE
In April the W. Proctor Harvey Clinical Amphitheater hosted the second annual Heart of the Harvey evening of theater. Showcasing 10-minute dramatic performances about health and humanity, the event featured work written and performed by students, alumni, and faculty from across Georgetown University. The program was produced by Georgetown Operating Theatre, combining ‘the art of medicine and the medicine of art.’
Seen & Heard
“Most of my young patients are marathon-running, cardboard-eating people.”
Oncologist John L. Marshall never expected to be treating young patients, he says. As director of the Otto J. Ruesch Center for the Cure of Gastrointestinal Cancer at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, he is perplexed by the recent rise in colorectal cancer in healthy, active patients under 50.