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UW Health Earns 'Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality' Designation

UW Health Earns

Washington, D.C. - UW Health has again been designated a "Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality" by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), the educational arm of the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil righ...
8/16/2019 | UW Health Earns 'Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality' Designation

The Connection Between Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Cancer

The Connection Between Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Cancer

It’s tempting to sip something sweet during warm summer days, whether it’s fresh-squeezed orange juice at the breakfast table or a frosty glass of lemonade on the patio. But indulging in too many sugar-rich beverages could possibly increa...
8/12/2019 | The Connection Between Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Cancer

The National Institutes of Health's 'All of Us' Journey Comes to Madison

The National Institutes of Health

Madison, Wisconsin - The University of Wisconsin-Madison will host the National Institutes of Health's "All of Us" Journey, a traveling, hands-on exhibit that raises awareness about the "All of Us" Research Program. The Journey exhibit will be a...
8/12/2019 | The National Institutes of Health's 'All of Us' Journey Comes to Madison

UW Program Launches First-in-U.S. Cell Therapy Trial for Kidney Transplant Patients

UW Program Launches First-in-U.S. Cell Therapy Trial for Kidney Transplant Patients

Madison, Wisconsin - For the first time in the United States, a research team will test a personalized cell therapy to treat a common and serious complication facing kidney transplant patients. The UW Program for Advanced Cell Therapy (PACT) wil...
8/06/2019 | UW Program Launches First-in-U.S. Cell Therapy Trial for Kidney Transplant Patients

 

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