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Regenerative Medicine Improves Muscle Function 

Pitt-McGowan Study Shows Regenerative Medicine Improves Strength and Function in Severe Muscle Injuries

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UPMC becomes the first in western Pennsylvania to use new fully dissolving heart stent 
UPMC first in region to use new fully dissolving heart stent
to provide relief from symptoms of coronary artery disease.

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Article about Certain Characteristics Predisposing Women to Different Hot Flash and Night Sweat Patterns 

UPMC CancerCenter patient Dr. Steve Wilson shares his personal experience to urge the HPV vaccine for all children.

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Analysis finds siphoning of patients through unregulated growth of unnecessary trauma centers can have a detrimental impact on patients.

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Derrick Matthews, Ph.D., M.P.H., assistant professor in the Pitt Graduate School of Public Health’s Dept. of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, recently wrote an article for the National Institutes of Health calling for a change in how public health scientists approach research on HIV and black men.

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