The next two chapters move out into the wider space of Russia's neob
and long-time ASMC member), and I headed to the NEOB on 17th Street in Washington, D.C.
With the interview ended, Vickie and I walked down polished white corridors to the White House Athletic Center (WHAC), also located in the NEOB. Members of the OMB staff, White House staff, and Secret Service use this center to stay in shape.
The neob "iatnyi prostor -- a space unknown and untamed -- was to be transformed by the extension of Soviet power into a territory both known and enlightened.
This sequence offers a vision of boundless (neob "iatnyi) space which is captured (osvoen) within a single, long panning shot.
Each team member was given a $1,000 goal when they gained entry into the prestigious and historic event through a bidding process, said Laura Dempsey, NEOB's events and media relations coordinator, who served as the group's leader.
In addition to Megan, other runners had personal connections as donors, family members of recipients and donors, NEOB staff members and transplant nurses.
spokesperson Sean Fitzpatrick said the organ bank was pleased with the ruling.
The segment also hinted that the blood typing problem could have been prevented if UNOS, CDS and NEOB had better policies in place.
"CDS' role was to effectively and correctly communicate the donor's blood type and other pertinent medical information from the host organ procurement organization (OPO), New England Organ Bank (NEOB), to Duke Medical Center (Duke), which was done accurately and completely.
The medical saga, which received intense media scrutiny, began on February 6 when the New England Organ Bank (NEOB
) called the Carolina Donor Services (CDS) to offer the heart to potential recipients that had appeared on the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) waiting list as possible candidates for the organs.
The intensive care team lets NEOB
know if someone who is near death might be medically suitable.