Danielle Paciulli

Danielle Paciulli
Stony Brook University Hospital · Department of Compassionate Care, Medical humanities and Bioethics

Master of Arts, DPS

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Providers capitalize on patient testimonials to market unproven stem cell treatments (SCTs). We evaluated 159 YouTube videos and found patients discussed health improvements (91.2%), praised providers (53.5%), and recommended SCTs (28.9%). In over a third of the videos, providers posed questions to patients, thereby directing narratives and making...
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The direct-to-consumer marketing of unproven stem cell interventions (SCIs) is a serious public health concern. Regulations and education have had modest impact, indicating that different actors must play a role to stop this unfettered market. We consider the role of the biotech industry in tackling unproven SCIs. Grounded in the concept of corpora...
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Stem cell research is an exciting field with clinical potential and has been rapidly moving towards the goal of translating research into therapeutics. Like all scientific fields, there are many ethical, legal, and social issues (ELSI) associated with stem cell research and stem cell scientists, especially trainees, should be aware of them. In this...
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Changes to the strength, hardness and ductility of a series of well-annealed palladium–silver alloys have been investigated as a function of the number of isothermal hydrogen absorption/desorption cycles the annealed alloy specimens were subjected to. The results indicate that the overwhelming majority of the changes to the mechanical properties oc...
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The negative effects of hydrogen embrittlement on metallic systems have been investigated through determination of the mechanical properties of two metallic systems that were exposed to hydrogen. An assessment of the effects of hydrogen absorption/desorption cycling on the tensile strength, ductility, and microhardness of pure palladium and the all...
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The effects on the strength, hardness, and ductility of a series of well-annealed palladium-silver alloys due to hydrogen exposure were investigated at various temperatures. The results indicate that the temperature at which hydrogen exposure occurs can have a significant effect on the degree to which these mechanical properties are altered. At rel...

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