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36 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 6 - November 12, 1998 START A HOME-BASED BUSINESS. WORK FLEXIBLE HOURS. ENJOY UNLIMITED EARNINGS. AV 0 N ,CALL TOLL FREE (800) 735-8867 Kerry Kester photo Tunnell Cancer serves chemo floats at 1950s sock hop Staff members got into the Halloween spirit Friday, Oct. 30, when Tunnell Cancer Center held a 1950s sock hop. Barium shakes and chemo floats were the hot items of the day, as mu- sic from the '50s played in the chemotherapy treatment room that was converted to Patty's Burgers and Shakes diner. Staff members shown are (l-r) Paul Mayercsik, radiation therapist; Isabelle Benson, R.N.; Dr. Andrejs Strauss, director of radiation oncology; Joy Bartell, oncolo- gy manager; Patty Hutman, Ral,;r. Pramod Vadlamani, medical one.ologist;  Moore, see, tetra'y; and Mary Ann Lockard, radiation therapist. Kneeling m front ts Linda Wright, L,P.N. VIAGRA  Continued from page 35 For example, he said, many el-. i derly patients may suffer symp- toms of depression. If they live alone and are not very active, de- pression is common, he said. Sometimes it needs to be treated edically, and other times it can i treated through support ser- ices. Elderly patients often experi- ,ence hearing, vision or mobility problems, too, he said. "If you don't have those senses properly functioning, you become more isolated," said Mohan. Isolation can than intensify depression and further physical decline. "By treating that, patients can become more independent, and they feel more confident," he _said. "You have to support people in all aspects," he said, in order to deter- mine what is really happening with them. Mohan, who is trained in inter- nal medicine, practices primary care in Bethany Beach. He has a background in geriatrics, adult and adolescent medicine, as well as ambulatory care services and AIDS management. He earned his medical degree from Government Medical Col- lege at Mysore University, Mysore, India. He completed his residency in internal medicine at St. Barnabas Hospital in Bronx, N.Y,, where in 1996-97, he was the Resident of the Year. Mohan completed an internship in ophthalmology and blood trans- fusion medicine at Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi. He was also a resident at private nursing homes in Vasanthlok Hospital in New Delhi and BM Hospital in :Mysore. !,To make an appointment with ' Mohan at his office in the Jack Hickman real estate building on Rout, 1 in Bethany Beach, call 537-1 I00. Beebe Nursing School offers stop-smoking program The Beebe School of Nursing will offer a smoking cessation program, composed of four, one-hour sessions, from 5 to 6 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays, Nov. 9-18, at'the Beebe School of Nursing. There is a $20 fee, which is refundable for students who compete all four sessions. Nicotrol patch kits will be distributed to participants free of charge, compliments of the American Lung Association. For more information or to register, call Ginny Rickards at 645-3251, Ext. 251. Checks should be made payable to the American Cancer Society. Bosom Buddies meets Nov. 17 at Beebe Beebe Medical Center sponsors Bosom Buddies at 3 p.m., every third Tuesday. The next meeting will be Nov. 17 in the Tunnell Cancer Cen- ter conference room. The support group is for women living with breast cancer, whether they are newly diagnosed, are currently undergoing treatment or are long-time survivors. Call 645-3770 for more informa- tion. Hearing Aids are now a part of the Digital Revolution. : a#lllL iemens, the world's largeStintroducehearing aid manuJ'aaurer mut ghbal leadw bx digilat ,'ouml i prmes,ing technology, PRISMA TM /Is" fidty digital hearing aid designed to help iraprove dw way you hear. lCaa @ ' Digital ,'mml IXx, sing that tlrlms%,'s (7[ tr pltw,'mt, eryable IL,,.ming all day. ..... o PRISMAautonHically ",alxs tochanging situaliot' --- there',,; no need |or a volmtK . wtu'el t" remte control device. * ,lust lOtU.'h a bottom tm ate Iv, raring aid and PRISMA's exclusive TwinMi'" Syem lets ym fi)cus on the sounds in frcalt of you, tnte-to- 7 ; * lntetive adjtt,mx',nts --,ae t a .xa'nputer to ] et.,,ra.aljtsl PRISMA to your Iaring I,x'. ii :' while iCs in  ear, [ I[3. (';3: O"  (302) 934-1471 | l" :; i::j Heang Aid A.s.s!ates I ][][  Sales Repairs Batteries Assistive Devices I dlklltl. 6 Mi. S. of Rt. 9 on Rt. 30 I  diltad. Mon.- Fri. 9-5 Evening & Weekends by Appointment i Trotters - Sperry To[p-Sider Tretorn * Etonic New Balance , Clarks of England Wigwam * Reebok * ]Rockport * Grasshoppers Best selection.from ower 15,000 pairs in stock. Men'S sizes: N 9-14, M 6 ]1/2-15, W 6 1/2-14, WW 8-14. Women's sizes: N 6-I0:, M 5-11. W 6-10, WW 6-10. Children's 10-3 amd Boy's sizes 3 I/2-6 gA3C_2ATIONS Route 1, Ashes Plazat, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-27-5828 Route 1 at Wrest Virginia Ave. (4 ttreets north of //ae on oeeta tldel Fenwick Island. DE 302-539-4599 "(mxt to  iilmy's & Food Lion), bhoboth Beech (aoa) aasa8oo The Best Value In Sight. 1-800-EYIES-789