Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
6:50- Dr. Peter Albertsen, M.D. Professor of Surgery Chief and Program Director, Division of Urology at UConn Health. If a man is found to have low-grade prostate cancer, there’s growing evidence to support the idea that the best course of action is nothing. Nothing right away, that is—no surgery, no radiation—nothing other than to keep an eye on it and monitor how it progresses. Known as “active surveillance” or “watchful waiting,” the idea is that low-grade prostate cancer is likely to progress too slowly to keep pace with the remaining life expectancy of the men who have it.
7:20- Chris Powell, managing editor of the Journal Inquirer, says the Sikorsky extortion cost may multiply as insurers demand similar payoffs.
8:20-Scott McLean, Professor of Political Science at Quinnipiac University will discuss Vice Presidential debates, with a look at their significance, history, and tactics the candidates should take.
8:50- Jeff Ziplow, partner with BlumShapiro, speaks about ways that businesses, government, not-for-profits, medical offices– basically ANYONE– can protect themselves from hackers and cyber-threats cybersecurity.