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July 31, 2014 News Headlines​

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Pittsburgh seeks $20M a year from nonprofits in talks after dropping lawsuit, paying $148K in legal fees
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
July 30, 2014
UPMC

With Lawsuits Dropped, Peduto Says Negotations Between City, UPMC Ongoing
Source: WESA
July 29, 2014
UPMC

Legal ceasefire: Peduto takes a new approach to UPMC’s exemption
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
July 31, 2014
UPMC

What you should know about reviving the recently dead
Source: Wired UK
July 31, 2014
UPMC

South Fayette considers option for stalled civic center project
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
July 30, 2014
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
UPMC

Leukemia places Rostraver teen's future on hold
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
July 30, 2014
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

UPMC Altoona Opens Kidney Transplant Clinic
Source: Gant Daily
July 30, 2014
Jerry Murray
Deb Maurer
Dr. Amit Tevar
UPMC Altoona

People with dementia more likely to get pacemakers
Source: Pittsburgh Business Times
July 29, 2014
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Anti-immigrant sentiment reaches fever pitch over Central American child refugees
Source: Pittsburgh City Paper
July 30, 2014
Dr. Patricia Documet
University of Pittsburgh Behavioral and Community Health Sciences (GSPH)

LEED-certified projects (Subscriber Content)
Source: Pittsburgh Business Times
July 30, 2014
UPMC East
UPMC: Passavant Pavilion
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
UPMC Administrative/Executive Offices
Children's Hospital John G. Rangos Sr. Research Centers

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