PORTLAND-AUBURN -- MDTVNews.com -- MDTV® Medical News Now, Inc. is proud to announce that Tracey F. Weisberg, MD, of Maine Center for Cancer Medicine & Blood Disorders in Scarborough, Maine, has been "Framed" as a FAVORITE doctor on MDTVNews.com. "Framing" a doctor is MDTVNews.com's way to enable the public to participate and help spotlight their favorite doctors. Maine Center for Cancer Medicine & Blood Disorders began in 1978. They are a private medical group practice composed of oncologists and hematologists, as well as a family practice physician specializing in hospice care. The mission of Maine Center for Cancer Medicine & Blood Disorders is to provide to people and their doctors access to excellence in medical care and information across the spectrum of cancers and blood disorders.
Tracey F. Weisberg, MD has pledged a commitment to community leadership and patient education via her participation in the MDTV® Broadcast Phenomenon. She can be seen on local broadcast station WGME-TV (CBS 13) speaking about Breast Cancer.
The combined effort of: the public Framing their favorite doctors, local broadcast stations airing MDTV® Medical News Now and Medical Messages, and participation of local doctors across the country, becomes the ammunition to enable MDTV's medical intelligence revolution to improve public health and deliver better patient education. This phenomenon is not only happening in the Portland area, but also nationwide on numerous medical topics. The following medical topics are scheduled to air throughout 2007: heart disease, dental implants, prostate cancer, diabetes, healthy pregnancy, anxiety free dentistry, urinary incontinence, breast cancer, asthma, ADHD, pediatric dentistry/braces, teenage dermatology, cataracts, medicine management, joint replacement, and stroke. MDTV® is urging the public to Frame doctors, who they consider to be great doctors, to help in the push for better patient education in their communities.
Patients across the country are enjoying the opportunity to Frame their favorite doctors. Learn more about Framing your doctor by visiting MDTVNews.com.