Articles

TDI Welcomes New Associate Jonathan Xu, MD, PhD.

Dr. Jonathan Xu graduated summa cum laude from Lee University, TN. He continued his education and received his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from Vanderbilt University focusing on cutting-edge cancer research specifically in biomarker discovery and imaging mass spectrometry. He then served as a faculty member at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center to continue to explore methods for […]

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It Takes a Team to Fight Breast Cancer

At Sentara’s breast centers on the peninsula, patient care is a team effort. Breast cancer is a complex disease that demands physicians and health care providers to collaborate on each diagnosis and treatment plan in order to achieve the best possible outcome. This is why for over a decade, our local breast cancer experts have […]

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TDI Welcomes New Associate Mark Notley, MD

Dr. Mark Notley was born and raised in England and attended the University of Oxford where he studied Theology. A summer trip to the United States in 1994 resulted in meeting his wife, Mindy. An 11 year career was spent in information technology, primarily implementing large scale business solutions for Fortune 500 companies, before deciding […]

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Mammography Saves Lives

Kelley Allison, MD & Lindy Dunn, MD This article was first published in the October 2010 issue of the Breast Health Update. As dedicated fellowship trained breast imagers, who treat and care for breast patients every day, we are obligated to inform you about the real benefits of having your yearly mammogram. There is universal […]

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Radiology Today

Radiology Today by Stephen D. Foxx, M.D. This article was first published in the August 2005 issue of the Williamsburg Health Journal. Radiology is the field of medicine that deals with imaging, interpretation of images, as well as using imaging guidance (recording images of the inside of a patient’s body) to perform many diagnostic and […]

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Becoming a Physician: Not for the Faint of Heart

by Ravi V. Shamaiengar, M.D. This article was first published in the September 2005 issue of the Williamsburg Health Journal. It’s back to school time again and many incoming college students have begun the coursework that will lead them to their chosen professions. They all have likely been asked the question “What do you plan […]

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