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Method Used for Breast Cancer Tests May Underestimate Risk

Tumor sampling for new “personalized medicine” gene expression profile tests may need refinement, UPCI finds. 

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UPMC becomes the first in western Pennsylvania to use new fully dissolving heart stent 
One of the most advanced cancer centers in Colombia, developed and managed  in partnership with UPMC, is opening near Bucaramanga.

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Article about Certain Characteristics Predisposing Women to Different Hot Flash and Night Sweat Patterns 

Researchers discover how bioscaffolds used in regenerative medicine influence cellular behavior, solving the question of how regenerative medicine works.
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Impact patient volume fluctuations have on trauma centers
A new smartphone app launched in Pittsburgh will alert bystanders trained in CPR when somebody nearby is in cardiac arrest.

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Leigh Bukowski, M.P.H., recently won a prestigious award for her research at the AIDS 2016 international Conference. Her research focused on the different experiences between LGBT groups and how that effects HIV/AIDS studies in the future.

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