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Tuesday, August 25, at 5:00 p.m.
For anyone curious about cancers of the head and neck, Umamaheswar Duvvuri, MD, will give an overview and discuss how he and his colleagues at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center treat people with these cancers.
Dial 877-228-2184 and enter Event ID 111835 and PIN 101.
Featuring Sandeep K. Jain, MD
Watch this program to learn about irregular heart rhythms and atrial fibrillation.Watch Now
UPMC was a pioneer in the treatment of patients with aortic stenosis using transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures. Listen to our Q&A with John Schindler, MD.Listen Now
Heartburn can be more than just an unpleasant feeling. Listen as Michael Pezzone, MD explains how heartburn relates to acid reflux and GERD and how UPMC experts take care of people with these conditions.Listen Now
A Tele-Town Hall is a talk show that you listen to on your phone. You can dial in to become part of the audience, or you can stay on the line if we happen to call you. UPMC Tele-Town Hall experts answer your questions about cancer, sports medicine, cardiology, and other specialties. To ask questions, dial *3 to connect with an operator (you won’t become part of the show).
A podcast is a recording that you can download or stream to your personal device and listen to whenever you want. Some UPMC Tele-Town Halls eventually become podcasts, so you won’t miss out if you couldn’t make it the first time.
The UPMC Alive & Well Series is an ongoing course of free health education discussions, now available virtually. Register online and join the community to learn from UPMC experts about a variety of health and wellness topics.