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Born Samuel G. Wood on July 10, 1883 in Philadelphia, PA Died Sept. 22, 1949 of heart attack in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center [formerly Cedars of Lebanon Hospital], Calif. Sam Wood was a veteran film director and founder and first president of the Motion Picture Alliance, an anti-Communist organization. Wood always said his favorite film was "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" (1939), but that his best job as director was "Kings Row" (1942).
Opera performer sings through his own brain surgery
The Show Must Go On! A hardcore opera singer, performs a musical selection, while undergoing brain surgery. Bravo! "Ambroz Bajec-Lapajne posted a video to YouTube, showing him performing the first and last couplets of Schubert's "Gute Nacht" while undergoing 2014 surgery for a brain tumor, so doctors at University Medical Center Utrecht could monitor his ability to sing and recognize the key change."
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Mark Jollie was a singer, dancer, music teacher, and later financial administrator of the New York City Opera.Mark Jollie, the financial administrator of the New York City Opera since 1987, died on September 9, 1993, at the New York University Medical Center. He was 41 years old and lived in Manhattan.Susan Woelzl, the spokeswoman for the New York City Opera, said that the cause was AIDS.Mr. Jollie was born in Montclair, N.J., and was a graduate of Trenton State College.
HCR ManorCare has found that centers participating in the Center-Based Medical Practice Nurse Practitioner Program have improved medical, clinical, and administrative opera- tions and significantly reduced rates for readmission to the acute-care setting.
JS Bach's face (2008). "Janice Aitken and Dr. Caroline Wilkinson of the Centre for Forensic and Medical Art at Scotland's Dundee University recreated the face of Bach using a bronze cast of his skull and historical documents describing features such as swollen eyelids from an eye condition"