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April 17, 2015 News Headlines​

How A Pittsburgh-Made Polio Vaccine Helped Beat A Disease Terrifying A Nation
Source: WESA-FM
April 17, 2015
Dr. Julius Youngner
Dr. Jonas E. Salk
Dr. Kelly Stefano-Cole
University of Pittsburgh

Sleep Apnea May Speed Memory Loss Alzheimer's Onset: Study
Source: NBC News
April 16, 2015
Dr. Charles Atwood
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pediatric subspecialty office to move to UPMC Hamot Women's Hospital
Erie Times-News
April 17, 2015
Nick Barcellona
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
UPMC Hamot Women's Hospital

UPMC begins work on pediatric clinic in Erie
Source: Pittsburgh Business Times
April 16, 2015
Nick Barcellona
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
UPMC Hamot Women’s Hospital

Highmark-UPMC Tensions flare as provider drops Medicare Advantage members (Subscriber Content)
Source: Pittsburgh Business Times
April 17, 2015

Pittsburgh Hospitals Miss 5-Star Ranking in Patient Experience
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune Review
April 17, 2015
Tami Minnier

Double Trouble: Depression Plus Diabetes Boosts Dementia Risk (Subscriber Content)
Source: Medscape
April 16, 2015
Dr. Charles F. Reynolds III

Longtime general practitioner Dr. Paul Sung steps down; new doctor takes over
Source: New Castle News
April 17, 2015
Dr. Caroline Daniels
Union Primary Care/UPMC

By God's Grace
Source: University of Dayton
April 16, 2015
UPMC Mercy

Expert reports slow UPMC Hamot suit
Source: Erie Times-News
April 17, 2015
UPMC Hamot

South Fayette Receives Two Proposals for Star City Site
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
April 17, 2015
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

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