Mom Shares Courageous Story with TLC Viewers

Vol. 15, No. 1
Summer 2005

  • New Ambulatory Surgery Center Matches Convenience with Peace-of-Mind

  • Immunotherapy Spells Relief for Severe Allergy Sufferers

  • War on Tumors Escalates

  • High-Dose Radiation Battles Gynecological Cancers without Hospitalization

  • 'Diga Si'

  • Critical Transfer & Team Care Save a Young Mother's Life

  • Winthrop Welcomes New Twigs Leadership

  • Cardiac Rehab Program Changes Lives, Helps Hearts Heal

  • Hundreds Play a Round to Support Institute for Family Care

  • Two Options Enable Osteoporosis Patients to Stand Straighter without Excruciating Pain

  • Quality of Life Stepped Up after Two Knee Replacements

  • Most Advanced MRI Creates Superior Visualizations of Bone & Soft Tissue

  • A Night at the Opera ~ Big Voices for Precious Children

  • It's never too soon to say ThankYou!

  • Once again, Winthrop ranked one of America's best hospitals

  • Mom Shares Courageous Story with TLC Viewers

  • Congresswoman McCarthy Recognizes Winthrop's Achievement, Tours Facilities

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  • (Left to right) Dr. Braverman, Mrs. Kogan with Maxwell, Mr. Kogan and Christina Burke, RN.
    In late April, Michelle and Larry Kogan of Lynbrook shared the joyous birth of their son, Maxwell Jake, with the producers of TLC's "A Baby Story" for a show slated to air in the fall.

    Mrs. Kogan, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999, chose to tell her personal story to empower those with MS wanting to get pregnant.

    Jeffrey J. Braverman, MD, a Winthrop obstetrician and gynecologist, was at her side for the three-hour delivery in Winthrop's New Life Center. Little Maxwell entered the world at 2:08 p.m. weighing 7 lbs, 2 oz to join his big sister, Marti Jenna.

    "With the help of Dr. Braverman and his extraordinary staff, Maxwell is here," Mrs. Kogan said proudly. "It was a wonderful opportunity to let other people know that there are doctors out there to help them get through this."

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