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Drug Has Mixed Results in Diastolic HF
Source: Medpage Today
February 26, 2013
Dr. Jeffrey Teuteberg

'I was never alone' Heart pump and family help Geistown man survive health scare
Source: Daily American
February 12, 2013
Dr. Robert Kormos
Dr. Christian Bermudez
Dr. J. Kumar Bhama
Dr. Jeffrey Teuteberg
Dr. Raveen Bazaz



Cheney Heart Pump in High Demand
Source: ABC-TV
March 26, 2012
Dr. Robert Kormos

Surgery for Common Heart Valve Condition in Elderly is Safe, Restores Longevity
January 30, 2012
Dr. Vinay Badhwar

Tall? That may be good news for your heart, study says
Source: Reuters
Friday, Jan. 20  2012
Dr. Jeffrey Teuteberg


Frightening events as well as broken heart syndrome can have fatal consequences
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
October 31, 2011
Dr. Hunter Champion

Rare Disease Can Affect Women Late in Pregnancy
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Sept. 5, 2011
Dr. Dennis McNamara

HEART: Function v. Emotion Video
Source: Vimeo
June 2011
Dr. Robert Kormos
Dr. Dennis McNamara
Pitt Researchers Receive Award to Study Heart Pumps
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Feb. 15, 2011
Dr. Robert Kormos


Woman's Story of a New Heart Has a Happy Ending
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Feb. 17, 2010
Dr. Christian Bermudez
Dr. Michael Mathier

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