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University Hospitals Case Medical Center New Cancer Hospital
 
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UH Ireland Cancer Center, part of the National Cancer Institute-designated Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of only 40 such centers in the US, is dedicated to innovative therapies and promising research in the fight against cancer.
Views: 652 CWRU Medicine
Breast cancer unit at University Hospital Limerick
 
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A new Breast cancer care unit costing 3 million Euro has been opened at University Hospital in Limerick. All diagnostic and treatment facilities will now be housed in one location, including the use--for the first time in a public hospital--of the new generation 3D mammography unit. Keep up to date with all the latest Irish and international news and current affairs with http://www.rte.ie/newsnow Follow us on twitter @rtenewsnow and on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTENewsNow
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University Hospitals Cancer Hospital
 
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Curing Cancer Every Day with University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center
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Mercy & University Hospitals partner on cancer care
 
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Mercy and University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center have partnered to provide Lorain County residents with close access to advanced cancer treatments and early phase clinical trials.
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Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Cancer Milestones
 
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David's Milestone: "Regaining Life's Wonderful Flavor"
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Neurology Stroke Ward 3B at University Hospital Limerick
 
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A new era in the care of Parkinson’s patients at University Hospital Limerick has been marked with a ceremony at the newly opened Leben Building Neurological Centre/Acute Stroke Unit in recognition of the contribution of the Parkinsons Association of Ireland MidWest Branch in developing the unit and the generosity of JP and Noreen McManus and family. Camera: Aisling O Connor & Richard Lynch. Music: Franck Saada. Graphics: Aladdin Kishk. Presenter/Editor/ Producer: Richard Lynch.
Views: 1454 I Love Limerick
Understanding Chemotherapy: Introduction (Episode 1)
 
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This is the first episode in a series of videos on chemotherapy. It will help you understand how chemotherapy is given and how to manage some of the common side effects. This series on chemotherapy has been produced by the Irish Cancer Society and the Oncology Department, University Hospital Limerick. Visit www.cancer.ie/cancer-information/treatments/chemotherapy for more information on chemotherapy.
Views: 2408 Irish Cancer Society
Trauma Care in Ireland - Prof. Des Winter
 
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Prof Des Winter - Clinical Associate Professor in Surgery at University College Dublin discusses Trauma Care in Ireland. St. Vincent's University Hospital - Trauma Symposium @SVUHTrauma - https://twitter.com/svuhtrauma http://svuhed.ie/trauma/ ---------------------------------- Music: Power at the Gym by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/ Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International — CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/ceq3vxZxX0Q
UH Seidman Cancer Center
 
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UH Seidman Cancer Center is the only freestanding cancer hospital in Northeast Ohio. http://www.UHseidman.org
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Cancer Care Centre Cork
 
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The Mercy University Hospital Cork will be building a new Cancer CARE Centre next to the Mercy Hospital that will provide a quiet safe place for patients and their families. The Cancer CARE Centre will be close to the hospital and the new Outpatients Department and will provide the following benefits to cancer patients and their families: A safe haven for patients at the time of their initial diagnosis. Drop-In Centre for cancer awareness and support and the potential, in time, for a Community Awareness Outreach Programme Survivorship programmes and psycho-oncology services Facilities for one-to-one counselling, patient support groups and bereavement counselling Relaxed atmosphere where patient-centred and patient-directed care is its goal. For more information click here - https://www.mercyfundraising.ie/our-work/the-mercy-cancer-care-centre Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MercyHospitalFoundationCork/?ref=bookmarks Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/mercyfoundcork
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P19
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 230 Newsradio WTAM
Adolescent & Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Symposium in Cleveland
 
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Inaugural Adolescent & Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Symposium in Cleveland , presented by University Hospitals -- Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital Ireland Cancer Center and Rise Above It (RAI),
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Colon Cancer
 
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Stanton Gerson, MD, Director of University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center discusses colon cancer.
Views: 32 CWRU Medicine
Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres
 
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The Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres offer support and information to cancer patients and their loved ones. Daffodil Centres are open in Galway University Hospital and Beaumont Hospital and further Centres will open from 2011 on in other hospitals around Ireland.
Dr Derek Power interview - Áine Lawlor Facing Cancer
 
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Áine Lawlor: Facing Cancer was a two-part documentary series, producing by stop.watch tv and shown on RTÉ One Television on November 7th and 14th, 2013. This is an interview with Dr Derek Power, Consultant Medical Oncologist at Cork University Hospital and The Mercy University Hospital.
Views: 1305 Irish Cancer Society
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P1
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 3626 Newsradio WTAM
Kaleidoscope
 
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University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center
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Top 10 Best Cancer Hospitals in the World
 
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2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P36
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 174 Newsradio WTAM
Radiotherapy for Rectal Cancer, Evolution and Current Status
 
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This expert lecture by Prof Arthur Sun Myint of Clatterbirdge Cancer Centre, Liverpool is a masterclass related to local contact radiotherapy for rectal cancer. This niche treatment for rectum conservation in patients with small tumors is known as the Papillion technique. The lecture was given at a recent symposium hosted by the Mater Private Hospital (MPH) in conjunction with MMUH. For further details of this technique, which is available for patients in Ireland via MPH and MMUH, please see http://www.clatterbridgecc.nhs.uk/patients/treatment-and-support/papillon MMUH is a major surgical teaching and training hospital in Dublin as well as being one of Ireland's leading surgical centres in the fields of complex elective surgery, trauma and emergency surgery and adult cancer surgery. Click SUBSCRIBE for the latest content!
Irish Cancer Society announces funding for major new cancer research scholarships
 
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Researchers go ‘back to school’ in race to stop cancer As students begin a new school term this week, the Irish Cancer Society has today announced funding for two new major cancer research scholarships, all made possible through the public’s generous support. Researchers Dr Conor Murphy and John Daly have been awarded grants for their projects which will look at ways to treat cancer and survive and thrive after diagnosis. Based in NUI Galway, John’s research will search for a new, better way to treat multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer. Each year in Ireland approximately 250 people are diagnosed with multiple myeloma and 170 people die from the disease. For a cancer patient, doctors use the patient’s Natural Killer (NK) cells to often destroy cancerous cells in the body, aiding recovery. However, for Multiple Myeloma patients, the cancerous cells are a lot harder to spot. This means that it’s a lot harder for NK cells to kill cancerous cells. John’s research aims to make the NK cells more powerful and effective in killing these multiple myeloma cells. He’ll aim to do this by changing the way in which these NK cells detect multiple myeloma cells, and making them more effective at killing these cancerous cells. The results of John’s project will give researchers more knowledge of how multiple myeloma cells interact with our immune systems, and has the potential to lead to clinical trials with patients. Based between UCD and St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Conor’s research will pioneer a personalised approach to dealing with the harsh effects of treatment which an oesophageal cancer patient can go through. Each year in Ireland almost 400 people are diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus (gullet). Approximately 1,000 people in Ireland are currently living with, or have survived, this cancer. For many oesophageal cancer patients, their treatment will involve the removal of all or part of their oesophagus. Such surgery can have a huge impact on a survivor’s quality of life long after the cancer has gone. In particular, digestive problems can lead to unwanted weight loss. Conor plans to set up a research clinic in St James's to aid people living with and beyond oesophageal cancer. He anticipates that the clinic will have important benefits for those involved, both physically and emotionally, and can establish a structure for survivorship care that in future can be applied to care post-treatment for a range of cancers where similar problems can arise. John was born and raised in Limerick for 12 years before moving to Broadford, Co Clare, where he now resides. He completed his Leaving Certificate at St. Munchin's College, Limerick, and studied Biotechnology at NUI Galway, followed by a masters in research at the Apoptosis Research Centre at NUI Galway. Conor is a native of Galway, and a graduate of Coláiste Iognáid secondary school. He studied medicine in NUI Galway before moving to Dublin, spending one year as a medical intern in St. Vincent’s University Hospital, followed by a year as a Surgical SHO in St James’s Hospital. John and Conor were awarded their research grants from the Irish Cancer Society after a competitive and thorough application process, with proposals strenuously vetted and reviewed by an international, external panel of research professionals to ensure the very best research gets funded. The Irish Cancer Society will continue to monitor Conor and John’s progress throughout their four-year research projects, ensuring their research is carried out to world-class standards.
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P33
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 231 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P21
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 2338 Newsradio WTAM
President Clinton Tours Butaro Cancer Center in Rwanda
 
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The Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence - the first comprehensive cancer referral facility in rural East Africa -- is the result of a CGI commitment by the Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation and Partners in Health. Joined by Chelsea Clinton, Paul Farmer, Jeff Gordon, and Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, the Rwandan Minister of Health, President Clinton toured the new Center in Rwanda and met with patients and hospital staff.
Views: 2568 Clinton Foundation
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P37
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 233 Newsradio WTAM
Clinical Care: The Peritoneal Carcinomatosis Index
 
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In this lecture given at Surgical Grand Rounds in January 2016, Mr Faraz Khan of the Colorectal Surgery Service at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital (MMUH) details the surgical laparoscopic calculation of a patient's peritoneal carcinomatosis index. MMUH is a major surgical teaching and training hospital in Dublin as well as being one of Ireland's leading surgical centres in the fields of complex elective surgery, trauma and emergency surgery and adult cancer surgery.
Prostate Cancer
 
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Stanton Gerson, MD, director of University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center, discusses prostate cancer.
Views: 54 CWRU Medicine
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P23
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 2420 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P13
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 204 Newsradio WTAM
Celebrate Mater Hospital- Dublin Hospitals Cup Champions 2015! (20/01/2016)
 
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In this lecture given at Surgical Grand Rounds in January 2016, the Surgical Department at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital (MMUH) congratulate the hospitals rugby team in their winning of the Dublin Hospitals Cup 2015. Mr Kevin Finan and Mr Maurice Stokes detail the history of the competition, while this years club president Dr Colman O'Loughlan congratulates the team including comment from Mr Colm O'Brien and members of the winning team. MMUH is a major surgical teaching and training hospital as well as being one of Ireland's leading surgical centres in the fields of complex elective surgery, trauma and emergency surgery and adult cancer surgery.
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P12
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 355 Newsradio WTAM
Daffodil Centre - Hermitage Clinic Launch
 
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Our Daffodil Centres at hospitals around Ireland are places where those affected by a cancer diagnosis can call in for information and support. We currently operate Daffodil Centres at eight hospitals around Ireland, including recently opened Daffodil Centres at the Hermitage Medical Clinic in Lucan, Co Dublin and at Cork University Hospital, Cork.
South West Acute Hospital: one of the most modern hospitals in Europe
 
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The Enniskillen Hospital is located 142 kilometres southwest of Belfast in Northern Ireland. With an investment of 276 million pounds, it is the first hospital awarded in a collaboration regime between the public and private sectors in Northern Ireland and which was awarded to FCC Construcción within a wide-covering investment programme for improving infrastructure in the United Kingdom. In May 2009, the Western Health and Social Care Trust signed a concession contract with the Northern Ireland Health Group Consortium, in which FCC Construcción is the major company with 39%, for the design, construction, financing and operation of the new Enniskillen Hospital. This consortium also includes these local companies: Allied Irish Bank Piv and Interserve Investments. FCC executed the works in three years. Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh officially opened the new installations on the 26th of June 2012. It has 315 beds distributed in individual rooms over an area of 60,000 square metres. It provides the most modern clinical practices and cutting-edge technology intended to improve patient care. The new hospital includes a wide range of specialities for replacing and improving the services provided in Erne Hospital, which was dismantled when construction of the new hospital was completed. It includes a building for housing workers, a building with a child day care centre, offices and an energy demand management centre, which makes it one of the most modern hospitals in Europe, with respect to energy efficiency and design. Its design, consisting of three strips or lines of blocks, separated by linear gardens and patios, permits the optimisation of natural light usage: attaining 95% in the rooms; and ventilation, in addition to providing a constant visual relationship with the surroundings. The great challenge of the installation, which covers an area of 64,000 square metres, is that its 1,486 square metres of area intended to supply energy to the hospital have achieved a saving of two thirds of the hospital's consumption. The choice of natural materials, such as stone and wood and the cooperation of local artists make this hospital an ideal place for patient recovery. The installations include the most modern clinical means and the very latest technology in patient care, providing a wide range of specialities, above all, in maternity and emergency services. Outstanding features: • The Silver Green Apple Award. This is presented annually to construction projects that improve the construction environment or protect our architectonic heritage. • The ENR Global Best Projects Awards 2013 for Merit in the health category from the Engineering News Record magazine. • Presented with three prestigious awards from the International Design and Health Academy 2013, for the best large-scale health project, the best sustainable design and a mention of recognition in interior design. Enniskillen Hospital, Northern Ireland
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2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P15
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 242 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P24
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 665 Newsradio WTAM
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 213 Newsradio WTAM
Breast Cancer
 
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Stanton Gerson, MD, Director of the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center, discusses breast cancer.
Views: 40 CWRU Medicine
Introduction to Radiotherapy at Velindre Cancer Centre
 
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Short video clip providing an introduction to radiotherapy at Velindre Cancer Centre
Views: 889 Velindrecc
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P20
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 263 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P27
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 342 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P3
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 927 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P18
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 321 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P26
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 447 Newsradio WTAM
Lung Cancer
 
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Stanton Gerson, MD, director of University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center, discusses lung cancer.
Views: 28 CWRU Medicine
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P7
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 459 Newsradio WTAM
Balancing the benefits and costs of immunotherapy in the treatment of lung cancer
 
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Rolf A. Stahel, MD, University Hospital Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland, reflects on advances in lung cancer treatment with immunotherapy. Although immunotherapy brings new treatment options and new hope to lung cancer patients, only about 20% respond to treatment. Many questions remain hotly debated by the oncology community: How to select patients who will benefit the most from treatment? Can we identify reliable biomarkers that will guide treatment decisions? In the absence of rational selection of the right patient for the right drug, should every patient be treated with immunotherapy? and who should cover the costs? Recorded at the 2017 meeting of the British Thoracic Oncology Group (BTOG) in Dublin, Ireland.
Views: 47 VJOncology
Information for patients - Barts Cancer Centre
 
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Information about the world-class treatments and facilities available at Barts Cancer Centre, including how to be referred here.
Views: 2843 Bartscancercentre
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P5
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 609 Newsradio WTAM
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P29
 
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Night Two of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 193 Newsradio WTAM