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Double lung transplant recipient now enjoys ‘normal’ life

  • April 9, 2009
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She walks up two flights of stairs and to her cubicle on the second floor of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America in west Lawrence. On the way, Heidi Karn Barker, 25, is talking about her full-time job as a professional development coordinator. Heidi jokes about how she knows more about grass than she ever imagined she would.

Is it a cold or allergies?

  • April 2, 2009
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New York Times: A Better Health Quiz

  • March 27, 2009
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Profile of the Siteman Cancer Center''s "Your Disase Risk" website (www.siteman.wustl.edu) that determines a person''s risk of diabetes, specific cancers, heart disease, osteoporosis and stroke.

Cardiac implant keeps weak heart beating

  • March 26, 2009
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Prostate cancer screening may not always be the best medicine

  • March 24, 2009
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By Judith Graham

Chicago Tribune

There is now a partial answer to one of the most controversial questions in medicine: whether men should get blood tests that screen for prostate cancer.

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Ralph Damiano, MD, Talks About Atrial Fibrillation Advances

  • March 10, 2009
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Cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. Ralph Damiano, of Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO, spoke with StopAfib.org at Boston Atrial Fibrillation Symposium 2009. He shared information about new custom approaches to surgical and catheter ablation treatment of atrial fibrillation that he had presented at Boston Afib.

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Metro East girl gets new kidney

  • March 7, 2009
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Less invasive glaucoma surgery allows faster return to normal activity

  • February 26, 2009
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Surgeons at the Washington University Eye Center and Barnes-Jewish Hospital are among the first to use a new surgical device to treat glaucoma.

Surgery with the device, called a Trabectome, is an outpatient procedure that takes less time to perform and offers a shorter recovery than traditional glaucoma surgery.

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Center marks 10 years of making good moms

  • February 17, 2009
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Fairview Heights stroke expert dies; Washington U. physician was known for his research, work

  • February 7, 2009
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