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Benefits of Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy
Source: WTAE
October 2012
Dr. Carolyn De La Cruz

Advancements in Regenerative Medicine
Source: New York Times
September 2012
Dr. Peter Rubin

Cosmetic surgeons utilise Hollywood technology
Source: Private Healthcare UK
November 2011
Dr. Vijay Gorantla

Sophisticated 3-D computer model to improve face transplantation
Source: Medgadget.com
November 28, 2011
Dr. Darren Smith

Study lends new insights into pediatric facial fractures
Source: News Medical
November 23, 2011
Dr. Joseph E. Losee

Inspiring double hand transplant patient
Source: CNN
September 23, 2011
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Life Changing Medicine
Source: Discovery Channel
2011
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Plagiocephaly: Mother learns misshapen heads are correctable
Source:  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
September 5, 2011
Anand Kumar, MD
Regina Fenton, ANP

Sculpting with fat can restore faces
Source:  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
March 6, 2011
Peter Rubin, MD

Susquehanna Township resident is a double-hand transplant pioneer
Source: Patriot-News
January 8, 2011
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