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UPCI Gets NCI Grant Renewal Worth $25M


The University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute has been rated “outstanding” and renewed as a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center.




By studying the yeast used in beer- and bread-making, researchers have learned how ancient proteins repair DNA damage.

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UPMC ranks 13 on the U.S. News Honor Roll, a distinction awarded to elite medical centers.

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UPMC Altoona receives prestigious national award for its excellence in treating patients with the latest research-based stroke care.

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Harry Penny, D.P.M., of UPMC Altoona Blair Medical Associates Podiatry and member of the UPMC Altoona medical staff, has been selected as one of four members of the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing-Journal of Wound Care editorial committee.



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