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Trial Co-Led by Pitt Expert Shows More Function After Stroke

A technique that removes blood clots from large brain blood vessels reduced disability after stroke in a trial co-led by an expert from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

 

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University of Pittsburgh study finds physical therapy to produce same relief from spinal stenosis as surgery.

 

UPMC has provided Highmark with notices of non-renewal of the current Medicare Advantage contracts effective January 1, 2016.

 

UPMC will celebrate organ donors and the recipients they have helped through a series of events during Donate Life Month in April.

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Clifton Callaway, M.D., has  received the Society For Academic Emergency Medicine's 2015 Excellence in Research award.

 

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