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Short and sweet: research told briefly and to the point takes the prize

Short and sweet: research told briefly and to the point takes the prize

October 12, 2018

Competitions are helping early career scientists hone their ability to communicate their research in short, compelling, and easily understood presentations.

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FDA doesn’t ban morcellation

FDA doesn’t ban morcellation

November 24, 2014

The husbands of two Rochester-area women who died after their undetected uterine cancer was worsened by morcellation said the Food and Drug Administration lacked courage Monday for not banning the procedure after months of deliberation. “It’s very, very sad,” he said. “I would have thought the FDA had the courage to stand up and help women. Now more women will suffer tragic death as result of a government agency that has failed to do the job they are employed to do.”

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Hockey Player Has Heart

Hockey Player Has Heart

March 1, 2013

URMC’s heart failure and transplantation team applauds Gaetano Orlando’s steady recovery from heart failure.

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New Device Developed to Treat Aneurysms

New Device Developed to Treat Aneurysms

February 7, 2013

URMC’s Heart and Vascular Center is one of just 30 centers to use a custom-made endovascular graft for the most challenging abdominal aortic aneurysms cases.

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Knee Surgeries Skyrocket with More Aging, Active Adults

Knee Surgeries Skyrocket with More Aging, Active Adults

September 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Another major trend, the study says, is the move toward outpatient rehabilitation and a significant decline in length-of-stays in the hospital.

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