Yanni Hufnagel was raised in New York at Scarsdale. In high school he played offense for the boys lacrosse and was the team captain. Later, he was cut from the varsity basketball team and decided to join a color commentating position for the local games by being a part of a cable TV channel.
For college, he attended Pennsylvania State and was a student there for one year. He then was recruited for lacrosse and later on was transferred to Cornell University where he earned his Bachelors degree in Labor Relations in 2006. He also was able to gain a master’s degree in Adult and Higher education in the year of 2010.
Recently, Yanni Hufnagel was accepted for an assistant basketball coach position with the Nevada Wolfpack. He works with the head coach Eric Musselman and plans on taking the team to a new and interesting journey. Because of his dedication and hard work he was given an intern position with the New Jersey which eventually led him to the assistant coach position that he has today.
Yanni Hufnagel has been studying and learning about being in the game of basketball all of his life. And he has found a way to take his passion for the game and make it a career. Eric Musselman, the head coach, praises him for all of his hard work. Hufnagel has made his dreams as a child come true and has a very bright future ahead of him.
In February, the Cancer Treatment Centers of America announced a collaborative alliance with NantHealth called Clinical Pathways. This unifying program will help erase trial and error research, by providing oncology professionals with up to date information and awareness of all progressive advances in cancer research.
This will help physicians and patients work together to coordinate safe and effective treatment options. Clinical pathways is focused on the patient aspect of cancer treatment as much as it is about connecting cancer researchers. It will seamlessly assimilate essential records automatically into the doctor’s electronic health record (EHR).
Cancer patients will now be able to rely on their physician’s decisions to implement treatment programs unique to their situation. It is a welcome change from the restrictive and impersonal one-size fits all approach. With cancer research evolving on a daily basis, it has become essential to arm oncologists with current information. Through the Clinical Pathways program they will have access to clinically supported data, response statistics and problems encountered with particular treatment drugs.
This news reinforces the Cancer Treatment Centers of America theory that no two patients are alike and no two cancers are alike. Since the first Cancer Treatment Center was opened in 1988, they have consistently endeavored to personalize every treatment plan.
They have been at the forefront of cancer research throughout their history, as the focus exclusively on nothing but cancer. Cancer Treatment Centers of America have evolved as cancer research and treatment have evolved. This new patient-focused program is another step towards beating cancer.
The battle against cancer is ongoing and a fight that affects the lives of thousands. Clinical Pathways is a coordinated effort to prioritize the patient’s needs and provide a more efficient method of treatment. It acknowledges that no two situations are alike and allows for individuality and consistency in the treatment of cancer.
In this era of digital technology, the society is struggling to breach in the gap between the societies we have today and the one we desire for the future. Characterized by increasingly rising cases of corruption, conflict, climate issues, and human injustices, a lot of organization are fighting hard to change the outlook of things. One organization that is determined to achieve it all is Avaaz.
Avaaz in most Middle Eastern, European, and Asian languages is a name meaning “voice.” Derived from this name, Avaaz is a Civil US-based organization founded in 2007 with the sole objective of fighting for the social, civil, and economic rights of the marginalized groups in the society. Thanks to the advancement of technology, Avaaz has capitalized on the use of technology and the internet, in particular, to empower people and help in crucial decision-making processes.
Currently, the Avaaz has a global population of about 44 million members and a presence in 194 countries and six continents. Avaaz activism model is simple. Through their website that is accessible in 17 different languages, people from all over the world can gather and raise the issues that are affecting them and the society around them. With this list of problems, the organization is able to organize online petitions and sometimes carry out peaceful demonstration thus putting pressure on the elected leaders, making them take the necessary actions.
Both regionally, Avaaz has helped carry out successful activism that has contributed to making the world a better place. For instance the Paris Climate Accord. Arguably, this is one of the biggest achievements of the group. Through online sensitization, Avaaz was able to get people to do a peaceful match hence giving the world’s leaders the political will to end the war against fossil fuel.