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Winter ShakerLife 2017

Shaker Life ~ Winter 2017 Issue
Features


Shaker's Medical Innovators

Shaker has a literal abundance of health care professionals who call the City home. Many of them are work-a-day doctors, nurses, and researchers. Then there are the bona fide medical innovators. Shaker Life identified five of them, profiled below. They are committed to treating and researching treatments for Alzheimer's, heart disease, and malaria, working to overcome the health disparities in African Americans, and even researching how to modify the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) so that it can safely be used to deliver specific proteins to diseased cells.

Dr. Charles Modlin: Health Disparities

Dr. Marco Costa: Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Deborah Gould: Alzheimers and Dementia

Dr. Brian Grimberg: Malaria

Dr. Chip Tilton: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)


Scene in Shaker: For Better or Worse

maynardIn the marriage that is Shaker homeownership, these Six Stages of a Shaker Home Renovation embody the notion of "for better or for worse" in spades.

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Work. Live. Shaker.: Kathy & Ralph Dise

kathy diseKathy and Ralph Dise run separate companies on opposite ends of town, both conveniently situated near their Shaker home.


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Sunday, March 26, 2017