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Tyler Cymet, D.O.
Medical Management and Administration Research in Disaster and Musculoskeletal Medicine
4915 Deer Park Road Owings Mills Maryland 21117 cell 443 415 3787
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine
June 2008-Present Associate Vice President for Medical Education
Responsible for councils related to graduate medical education and clinical rotations. Develop medical education programs through the AACOM website.
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore/Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Program in General Internal
Maintained a general medical practice of approximately two thousand patients.
Section Head, Family Medicine. Facilitated credentialing of Family Physicians
Director of Osteopathic Medical Education. Oversaw the Osteopathic residents accepted into the training program each year. Fulfilled the administrative requirements for residents to be licensed and certified in their chosen fields
Acting Director Progressive Care Unit. Assessed appropriateness of care, taught students and residents.
Unit Based Medical Director for Clinical Resource Management. Reviewed inpatient charts to facilitate care in a timely manner. Counseled physicians with difficulties
Medical Director of Community Care at Greenspring Pediatrics. Introduced managed care concepts into a pediatric group practice, Quality assurance projects and staff evaluations performed.
Founder and Medical Director of Sinai Community Care, a medicaid managed care program. Planned the office site, hired staff and developed a practice from inception to ten thousand patients.
Director of Community and Preventive Medicine. Developed a curriculum and incorporating preventive medicine into the resident clinic. Introduced the concept of values and culture in medical care.
Health Care Policy
Legislative Director for Health Care Policy, Office of Delegate Dan Morhaim. During the legislative
session I spend one day a week working in Delegate Morhaims office, meeting with constituents, working with bill
writers, and advancing issues related to healthcare. Academic Appointments
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Instructor Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Adjunct Faculty DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Kansas City University of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
2005 Shayna Murdoch, MD Disaster Relief studied the psychological impact of disasters.
2001-2 Shivang Joshi, R.PH, MPH student, studied people exposed in the Postal Anthrax Attack of 2001
2000 Marina Protopapas, DO research in Musculoskeletal Medicine, specifically the articular (joint) crack
1999 Ugoche Oyoyo Erondu, MD research in Clinical Genetics Odd Jobs, other duties and interesting experiences
2005- present Deans Advisory Council, Nova Southeastern University, College of Osteopathic Medicine Quarterly
meetings to discuss the future of the college.
2007-present Lister Society-A medical fraternity with monthly meetings to discuss issues concerning medicine and the
2006 Qualis Healthcare, Seattle, Washington-Medical Director Designee for Qualis Healthcare Eastern Office in their
bid to assume Medicaid services for Washington D.C. Helped to develop a proposal to manage Medicaid services
1997-Present World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE. Initially the WWF) Provided medical care to the wrestlers when
they are in the Maryland/DC area
2003-4 Harley Davidson 100th Anniversary Tour. “Rock Doc” provided care for crew and performers for some of the
1996-present Running Medicine-worked road races and running events as well as participating in the events.
1993,1997 Bill Clinton Inauguration Provided Medical Care for some of the events. Resident Training
1989-92 Yale University School of Medicine Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Education
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Certificate in Science of Clinical Investigation
Johns Hopkins School of Continuing Studies Certificate in the Business of Medicine
1992-94 Johns Hopkins Faculty Development Program 1992-93
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine/Sinai Program in Internal Medicine Associate Chief of Service (Chief Residency)
1988-89 Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Osteopathic Internship/Research
1984-88 Nova-Southeastern University of the Health Sciences, DO Degree
1980-84 Emory University, Degrees in Anthropology, Psychology and Hebrew Certifications
Diplomat of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners
Board Certified by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians Board in Family Medicine and Osteopathic
Manipulative Medicine expires in 2008
Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatrics expires in 2011
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Advanced Disaster Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Professional Associations
2007 Baltimore City Medical Society Foundation-President
2007 Med Chi-The Maryland State Medical Society-Board of Trustee’s
2005 Baltimore City Medical Society-President
1997, 1993 Maryland Association of Osteopathic Physicians-President
Maryland Medicine Editorial Board 2005-Present
Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Editorial Board 2003-present
Comprehensive Therapy Editorial Board 2006-Present
Journal of the National Medical Association Reviewer 1996-Present
Mayo Clinic Proceedings Reviewer 2004
Student Doctor-Faculty Advisor 1992-2003
Hospital Physician-Review Board 1992-2002
Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management-Review Board 1999-2002
Medical Tribune-Editorial Board 1993-2001
New York Times Syndicate-Editorial Board 1997-2000 Honors, Awards
2007, 2000, 1997 “Top Docs”
Healthcare Heroes The Daily Record Representing the Baltimore City Medical Society for Disaster Relief provided during Hurricane Katrina evacuation.
Physician of the Year Maryland Association of Osteopathic Physicians
Honorary Life Membership in the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA)
Recognized as Best Teacher at an Osteopathic Medical School (George Northup Award) Student Osteopathic Medical Association
Medical Missions/Disaster Relief
2006 Israel Maimonides Society-Lead a 30 physician group on a mission sponsored by the Jewish Federation of
Baltimore (The Associated)
1997-2005 Guatemala DOCARE International Yearly missions providing medicine and care to Mayan Indians. Raised
over a million dollars in aid for these missions. Trained students in tropical medicine from University of the Health
Sciences, Nova-Southeastern, Michigan State and Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
2005 New Orleans, LA Hurricane Katrina relief effort, raised fifty thousand dollars and organized six physicians and
four students to provide medical care. Developed questionnaires to look at self-esteem and depression in victims of a
2002 Bulgaria Consulted on public health during drastic financial crisis affecting the country
2000 El Salvador Lead a team that provided medical relief after an earthquake
1996 Arkadelphia, Arkansas Provided emergency medical care immediately after a tornado demolished a large part of
1990-2 Deschapelle, Haiti Month long rotations at Hospital Albert Schweitzer
1988 Alexandria, Egypt Dermatology clinic
1987 Jerusalem, Israel rotation at Hadassah Hospital Emergency Room Experience
Sinai Hospital ER-Trauma, Urgent, Pediatric and Fast Track care 1992-2000
National Naval Medical Center Bethesda, Maryland ER Contract Employee 1994-1998
Kimbrough Army Hospital 1992-1994
Waterbury and St. Mary’s Hospital, Connecticut 1989-1992 Research Projects
A randomized, double-blind, active-comparator-controlled, parallel-group study to evaluate the safety of etoricoxib in
patients with osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis (MEDAL Study)
Epidemiological evaluation of deaths at the Brentwood postal facility from 10/01 to 10/02 following the exposure to
Phase III, Double-Blind, Randomized, Parallel Study Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of Uprima (apomorphine HCL
Tables) Sublingual (2 and 3 mg) in the Treatment of Male Erectile Dysfunction
Observational study of the six survivors of inhalational anthrax secondary to occupational exposure from working at the
Joint noise analysis: a radiographic study of metacarpolphalangeal joint spaces before and after an articular release
Epidemiologic Observational Study of Deep Vein Thrombosis
A Multicenter Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blinded, Parallel Group Study comparing the effects of Lotrel 5/20 to
amlodipine (5mg) and benazepril (20mg) on systolic blood pressure and pulse pressure in patients with systolic
Prospective, randomized, double-blind, multi-center, comparative trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of ciprofloxaxin
once daily modified release (cipro MR) 500 mg tablets qd for 3 days versus conventional ciprofloxacin 250 mg tablets
bid for 3 days in the treatment of patients with uncomplicated urinary tract (uUTI) infections.
A multicenter, randomized, open-label study comparing the efficacy and safety of once daily ORG 31540/SR90107A
versus adjusted dose intravenous unfractionated heparin in the initial treatment of acute symptomatic pulmonary
Prospective, randomized, double-blind, multicenter outpatient trial comparing the safety and efficacy of moxifloxacin400
mg po qd for 5 days vs azithromycin 500 mg po loading dose on day 1 then 250 mg po qd for 4 days for the
treatment of acute exacerbations of chronic bronchitis ( The QUICK Study)
A prospective, multicenter, study investigating the association between disability (as measured by the headache impact
test HIT-6) and HIS Migraine Classification and to observe any changes in HIT-6 Score following treatment with oral
sumatriptan 50 mg
A double-blind, randomized comparison study of the long-term (2-yr) safety and ef icacy of pioglitazone HCl or
glyburide in subjects with type 2 diabetes naïve to pharmacological therapy. Scientific Peer Reviewed Articles
HPV Prevalence and Transmission JAMA. July 4, 2007; 298: 38
The Psychology of a Disaster: Providing Realistic Care Letter in JNMA May 2006 Vol 98 # 5 page 814 with Shayna
Planning for the HPV Vaccine and Its Impact on cervical Cancer Prevention. Comp Ther Summer 2006 Vol 32 #2 pages 102-105 with Justin Bailey Avian Flu: The Wrath of Birdzilla or Polly got the Sniffles Comp Ther Summer 2006 Vol 32 # 2 pages 90-93 Carbohydrate and Calories: It is not what we used to Think. Comp Ther Spring 2006 vol 32 #1 pages 47-50 with Tiffany Musick Pandemic Redux Avian Influenza and A Watchful World Introduction: Avian Flu in Maryland Medicine Winter 2006 vol 7 # 1 pages 12-14 with Tiffany Musick. Treating the Victims After Disaster: Physical and Psychological Effects Comp Ther Spring 2006 Vol 32 # 1 pages 39-42 with Shayna Murdock Probiotics: The Benefits of Bacterial Cultures Comp Ther 2005 31 (3) 181-185 with Anne MacIntyre Musculoskeletal Examination A Complete Review Comp Ther 2005 31(1) 12-20 with Marina Protopapas. How many people were effected by the Postal Anthrax Attack of 2001 The Nations Health. March 2005 What is the true number of victims of the Postal Anthrax Attack of 2001 JAOA Vol 104 #11Dec 2004 page 452 with Gary Kerkvliet Anthrax in America 2001-2003 Journal of the National Medical Association Vol 96 # 3 March 2004 pages 344-350 with Shivang Joshi, Holly Cymet and Gary Kerkvliet Osteopathic Medicine in Pain Management. Practical Pain Management. Vol 3 #5, September/October 2003 with Marina Protopapas Fibromyalgia. Journal of the National Medical Association. Vol 95 #6 June 2003 Cymet T Osteoarthritis. Journal of the National Medical Association.Vol 95 #4 April 2003 with Vladimir Sinkov Gray Hair: Medical Explanations and Issues. Clinical Geriatrics Vol 11 # 3 March 2003 with M. Nazanin Hanjani
46, XY inv. (21)(q11.2q22.1) defect as a cause of arteriovenous malformations and hypoxemia in a 48-year-old man. Submitted for publication. More on anthrax exposure case report. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. 2002 Jul;102(7):362-4. Cymet T, Kerkvliet G Retrospective analysis of hiccups in patients at a community hospital 1995-2000. Journal of the National Medical Association Vol 94 #6 June 2002 Cymet T, Owusu-Sekyi J Follow-up on “symptoms associated with anthrax exposure: suspected ‘aborted’ anthrax” Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. Vol 102 # 4 April 2002. Page 203. Cymet T, Kervkliet G Joint Cracking and Popping: Understanding the noises that accompany the articular release. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Vol. 102 # 5 May 2002 pages 283-287 Symptoms associated with anthrax exposure: suspected “aborted” anthrax. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Vol 102 # 1 Jan 2002 pages 41-43 Cymet T, Kerkvliet G, Tan J, Gradon J. Role of human papilloma virus in the development of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and malignancy. Postgrad Med J 2002 78:225-228 Jastrebof, A, Cymet T Type 4 Renal tubular acidosis induced by spironolactone. Hospital Physician Nov 2001 vol 37 # 11 pages 63-66 Khan S, Singh S, Cymet T A practical approach to fibromyalgia. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. Vol. 101 #4S April 2001 pages S12-S16. Osteoporosis. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Vol 100 # 10S October 2000 pages S9-15 Sickle cell disorders-evaluation, treatment and natural history. Hospital Physician August 2000. Vol 36 # 8 Behrens B, Cymet T, Perspectives concerning genital herpes. Infections in Medicine. May 2000; Vol 17 #5, page 378 Managed Care 101. Student Doctor Vol 20. #2 Spring 1999 pages 11-14
Herpes Infections. Student Doctor. December 1997 Vol 18 #4 pages 11-14
Ankle sprains: evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation. Maryland Medical Journal. December 1997 Vol 46 #10 pages
530-537 Adamson C, Cymet T,
Lower leg ulcers. Hospital Physician. July 1997 Vol 33 #7 pages 30-42 Cymet T, Weisman DS
Nail changes in systemic disease. Hospital Physician January 1997. Vol 33 #1 pages 44-48 Einstein A, Cymet T
The commodity of osteopathy: cost saving quality care for low back pain. Student Doctor. Sept 1996 vol 17 #4 pages
The pelvic exam. Hospital Physician Oct 1995 vol 31 # 10 pages 10-15 Hepworth S, Cymet T
'Ad Diction Ary' of drug users' terms. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association April 1992, Vol 92 #4 pages
Seismocardiography: a new method of noninvasive cardiovascular imaging. The Journal of Osteopathic Medicine vol 6
#9 Octover 1992 Cymet T, Kra S
The spread of AIDS in the Haitian-American population: A cultural perspective. Osteopathic Medical News June 1990,
Vol 7 #6, pages 11-26.
A lecture on AIDS. Student Doctor, October 1988, Vol 10 #3, pages 12,13
Argyria-Report of a case associated with abnormal electroencephalographic recordings and brain scan findings. Journal
of the American Osteopathic Association July 1987, Vol 87, #7 pages 509-512. With Mark J. Rosenblatt D.O. Abstracts/Letters
The Truth about Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About It. Book Review in JNMA May 2006
Glory and Other Rewards for Terrorists Chronicle of Higher Education March 24, 2006 page B18
Does Joint Cracking Cause or Prevent Osteoarthritis. JAOA August 2005 Erondu-Cymet Syndrome: Survivability of 46XY, inv (21)(q11.2q22.1) Comprehensive Therapy Osteoporosis. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. Book Review Do silver alloy catheters increase the risk of systemic argyria? Arch Intern Med. 2001 Apr 9;161(7):1014-5. Sickle Cell Disorders and the Skeletal System. Hospital Physician February 2001 page 25 with Robert J. Behrens, M.D. Caring for patients from different cultures. by Geri-Ann Galanti, Book Review in journal of Medical Humanities. Accepted 5/92. AIDS in Belle Glade. (letter to the editor). Annals of Internal Medicine August 15, 1992 Vol 117 #4 page 349. The ten laws of surgery; as seen by the internist. Connecticut Medicine January 1991, Vol 56 #1 page 47. Cervical spine cord arteriovenous malformations causing quadriplegia of acute onset in a 19 year old gravidous female. ACP conference, October 1991, New Haven, Connecticut. With James Donaldson, M.D., and Majid Sadigh, M.D. Connecticut Medicine, Left sided staphylococcal endocarditis in an HIV infected intravenous drug abuser. ACP conference, October 1989, Southbury, Connecticut. With Michael Simms, M.D. Crohn's Disease complicated by the development of a gastrocolic fistula presenting with bright red blood per rectum. ACP Conference, October, 1989, Southbury, Connecticut. With Paoli Mapelli, M.D. and Eddison Ramsaran, M.D. The presentation of cystic fibrosis as acute pancreatitis in a thirty three year old man. ACP conference, October 1989, Southbury, Connecticut. With Eddison Ramsaran, M.D. and John Brackett, M.D. Preventing argyria through the management of people at risk. AOA Research Conference, March 1987, Sonesta Beach, Florida with Mark Rosenblatt, D.O. and Howard Hada, PhD. JAOA Vol 87, #11 Nov 87 page 770.
Osteopathic Manipulation in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Secrets 3rd edition Hanley and Belfus (publication
expected late 2007)
Saturated Fats, Adoption Medicine, Cholesterol, Encyclopedia of Global Health
Steroids in Encyclopedia of Obesity Presentations
Over two hundred invited lectures on Osteoarthritis, Fibromyalgia, Hypertension, Ethics in Medicine, Business of
Medicine, Sickle Cell Anemia, Bioterrorism, have been presented in 46 states
in the United States and six foreign
Money and Medicine in Managed Care. American College of Osteopathic Internists annual conference, Washington,
D.C., Oct 1994.
The Osteopathic Internship: A path from our past or the road to our future. University of Osteopathic Medicine and
Health Sciences, Des Moines, Iowa, Oct 1992.
Sick Building Syndrome - When the Patient is a Place and Not a Person. St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury, Connecticut.
March, 1991. Resident Conference.
The Haiti/AIDS Dilemma - Why it Came About and What Should Be Done. Grand Rounds, Hospital Albert Schweitzer,
Deschapelles, Haiti, West Indies. December 1990.
Wheezing, Why? St. Mary's/Waterbury Ambulatory Conference, Waterbury, Connecticut. Sept 1990.
Osteopathic Manipulation - What you need to know to criticize it intelligently. St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury,
Connecticut, Dec 1989. Resident Conference.
Rib Talk. Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Chicago, Illinois. April 1989. (for First and Second year medical students). Asthma - The Basics. Olympia Fields Osteopathic Medical Center, Olympia Fields, Illinois. August 1988. Noon Conference. AIDS - What Should the World Expect? Hadassah University Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel. Dec 1987. AIDS in Haitians - What are They Doing to Deserve This? Belle Glade Public Health Center, Belle Glades, Florida. October 15, 1987. With Robert Crook. AIDS in America - What is Going On? Public Health Forum sponsored by the CDC, Belle Glades Civic Center, Belle Glade, Florida. Sept 20, 1987. Osteopathic Medicine - What are the D.O.'s doing in M.D. Hospitals? Summer CME Conference, Sioux San Indian Health Service Center, Rapid City, South Dakota, June 30, 1985. With Kelly Bobbitt. General
“The Dr. Know Show” Discover Health Channel 30 minute program on joint health 2006 The Big Difference. Primary Care Quarterly Fall 1996 Vol 4. No 2 page 1 Diabetes Insipidus. Student Doctor, January 1993. Vol 14, #3, pages 43,44. Editor's Memo "Firing Your Own Patients". Urban Medicine, Feb 1992 Vol # Page 5. I Know Why Sheila Isn't Getting Better. Private Practice June 1991 Vol 24 #6 Page 58. Poetry Darwin Denied: Survival of the fetus. Mediphors. 1993. You Have Got to be Proud - A Dialogue. Student Doctor, 1988.
A Random Raving Thought. Student Doctor, August 1987, Vol 9. a medical student's lament. Postgraduate Medicine. June 1986, Vol 79 #8 page 40. Newspaper
Editorials published in The New Haven Register, Hartford Courant, and many other newspapers. New York Times Syndicate
Monthly columns over two and a half years concentrating on business of medicine and the interface of politics and
Herbs, bark, root and the power of fruit-alternative medicine in conventional patients 2/98
Of Business and Blood Pressure 5/98
Who Decides: Science, Consensus or Committee 6/98
Go Home Happy and Healthy too 8/98
HMO rules create surreal climate 4/99 Waterbury Republican American
Cymet TC, Haiti's latest attempt at democracy: the election of Aristide. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 16, 1991 page 11.
Cymet TC, Haiti: Artibonite Valley's health care system a far cry from ours. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 20, 1991 pages
Cymet TC, Rico learned early how to "con" his way through life. Waterbury Rep Am, April 19, 1991 page 5D.
Cymet TC, Drug runners all eventually run out of time: getting shot in the upper thigh means you've outlived
usefulness. Waterbury Rep Am, May 10, 1991 page 3D.
Cymet TC, Doctors live with death constantly. Waterbury Rep Am, May 17, 1991 page 5D. Cymet TC, Street person knows where to find food. Waterbury Rep Am, May 24, 1991 page 4D. Cymet TC, Fighting a plague: AIDS patient still has some fight left. Waterbury Rep Am, June 5, 1991 page 1D Cymet TC, Many people seeking ailments that they can discuss. Waterbury Rep Am, June 14, 1991 page 3D Cymet TC, Alcoholics lowest in status system of rehab ward. Waterbury Rep Am. June 21, 1991 page 3D. Cymet TC, Harried, enterprising interns must quickly learn the rules. Waterbury Rep Am, June 28, 1991 page 4D. Cymet TC, Hospital nurses give love daily to dying strangers. Waterbury Rep Am, July 4, 1991 page 3D. Cymet TC, Local physician returns home to what he likes. Waterbury Rep Am, July 26, 1991 page 5D. Cymet TC, Treatment impossible if patient resists. Waterbury Rep Am., August 9, 1991 page 3D. Cymet TC, Pain becoming a natural part of this man's life. Waterbury Rep Am August 23, 1991 page 3D. Cymet TC, Man who lives near green lost in city of familiar surroundings. Waterbury Rep Am August 30, 1991 page 4D. Cymet TC, Prescription for tick bite was reassurance. Waterbury Rep Am Sep 6, 1991 page 5D. Cymet TC, Grief counselor helps survivors get back to the business of life. Waterbury Rep Am, Sep 20, 1991 page 7D. Cymet TC, At last a voice offers real help: other voices gone, next step, healing. Waterbury Rep Am, Oct 4, 1991 page 3D. Cymet TC, Despite antibiotics, rest, fluid are best to fight flu. Waterbury Rep Am, Nov 8, 1991 page 3D. Cymet TC, The high cost of 2 aspirin. Waterbury Rep Am, Nov 15, 1991 page 3B.
Cymet TC, Gold isn't tennis; ask your elbow. Waterbury Rep Am, Nov 22, 1991 page 3B. Cymet TC, Quick decisions par for emergency room nurse. Waterbury Rep Am, Dec 13, 1991 page 3B. Cymet TC, That first heart attack could be the last. Waterbury Rep Am, Dec 20, 1991 page 4B. Cymet TC, Some young mothers can't grasp sex and babies often go together. Waterbury Rep Am, Dec 27, 1991 page 3B. Cymet TC, Patch gives smokers a new way to quit: nicotine absorbed by skin; dose regulated. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 1, 1992, page 1. Cymet TC, Average man would be sent to hospital. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 9, 1992 page 3A. Cymet TC, Grandma felt dizzy, then at last a clue. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 10 1992 page 3B. Cymet TC, Sleep tight or misfire. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 12, 1992 page 1G, 6G. Cymet TC, When in doubt, for safety sake, throw junk out. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 15, 1992 page 1D, 4D. Cymet TC, Collins C, Rx for pox may ease spots, but doctors have mixed reactions. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 16, 1992 page 41D, 3D. Cymet TC, Getting your act together: diabetes forces life-style changes. Waterbury Rep Am, Jan 31, 1992 page 4D. Cymet TC, Coffee lovers addicted to caffeine. Waterbury Rep Am, Feb 2, 1992 page 1G, 6G. Cymet TC, A hospital's role versus the patient's responsibility. Waterbury Rep Am, Feb 26, 1992 page 9A. Cymet TC, Family hoped, but it was just a gap between life and death. Waterbury Rep Am, Feb 28, 1992 page 3D. Cymet TC, Sometimes, revelations after death. Waterbury Rep Am, March 6, 1992 page 4B. Cymet TC, Woman trades body for necessities of life, but won't sell her soul. Waterbury Rep Am, March 13, 1992 page 3D.
Cymet TC, Pathologist helps patients overcome struggle to talk. Waterbury Rep Am, March 27, 1992 page 3D. Cymet TC, Emergency room visit small price to pay. Waterbury Rep Am, April 3, 1992 page 3D. Cymet TC, GoGetter. Waterbury Rep Am, April 8, 1992 page 2B. Cymet TC, Shoving stones in mouth was first clue. Waterbury Rep Am, April 10, 1992 page 3B. Cymet TC, Hard Choice: Vanity or health (ab)using diuretics to lose weight leads to host of problems. Waterbury Rep Am, May 1, 1992 page 5D. Cymet TC, Incontinence isn't just a question of control. Waterbury Rep Am, May 8, 1992 page 5D. Cymet TC, They're always there in a crisis. Waterbury Rep Am, May 15, 1992 page 4D. Cymet TC, Respiratory aides help those unable to breath alone. Waterbury Rep Am, May 22, 1992 page 3D. Cymet TC, He was a fighter but uninterested in hospital care. Waterbury Rep Am, May 29, 1992 page 6D. Cymet TC, Side effects of a cure upset patient's life. Waterbury Rep Am, June 5, 1992 page 4B. Cymet TC, TC Healer has cure for idea reports live glamorously. Washington Times, Oct 8, 1992 page 1E. Cymet TC, When modern Arrowsmiths lose their fervor. Waterbury Rep Am, July 19, 1992 page 7H.
Kevin Case Study 1. Age, Exceptionality Kevin is an 18 year old young man who attends Johnson High School. Kevin’s primary exceptionality is intellectual disabilities, with a secondary exceptionality of an orthopedic impairment. 2. Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance / Age- appropriate Transition Assessment Kevin Based on Flori
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