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UPMC Uses Gene Test to ‘Personalize’ Meds for Heart Patients

Test checks for gene variant that limits response to blood thinner used after blood vessel stenting.


All events aim to raise awareness for the fight against cardiovascular disease in women.

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Pitt Public Health leads an unprecedented international gathering to discuss forecasting of deadly mosquito-borne disease.

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UVA Children’s Hospital expands transplant program in partnership with Children’s Hospital of Pgh.

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Pitt Public Health epidemiologist Dr. Samar El Khoudary was recognized by the Endocrine Socieity in it's "Best of JCEM" for writing one of the most highly rated scientific articles of 2015. Here paper looked at cardiovascular fat and menopause.



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