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Partner News Releases

Research News from Local VA Medical Centers and our Academic and Federal Research Partners

02/22/2018 VA Partners With DeepMind to Build Machine Learning Tools to Identify Health Risks for Veterans (VA Office of Intergovernmental and Public Affairs)
02/22/2018 Adherence to sleep apnea treatment affects risk of hospital readmission (American Academy of Sleep Medicine)
02/21/2018 Iron triggers dangerous infection in lung transplant recipients (Stanford Medicine)
02/21/2018 Texas A&M-led collaborative study takes aim at non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (Texas A&M University)
02/08/2018 Talking to doctors about your bucket list could help advance care planning (Stanford Medicine)
02/07/2018 Peptide Improves Glucose and Insulin Sensitivity, Lowers Weight in Mice (UC San Diego Health)
02/07/2018 Antioxidant therapy prevents vision loss in rare birth defect (University of Buffalo)
02/07/2018 Chronic use of E-cigarettes may cause organ damage (VA San Diego Healthcare System)
01/30/2018 BU-Led Study: CTE May Occur without Concussions (Boston University)
01/24/2018 People with tetraplegia gain rapid use of brain-computer interface (Brown University)
01/24/2018 VA's National PTSD Brain Bank Collaborates With PINK Concussions Group: Women Veterans Urged to Donate Brains for Research (VA Office of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs)
01/24/2018 Married Veterans More at Risk of Suicide than Single Soldiers (University of Connecticut)
01/23/2018 Short-Course Treatment for Combat-Related PTSD Offers Expedited Path to Recovery (Penn Medicine)
01/23/2018 Health Insurance Co-Payments Deter Mammography Use (Brown University)
01/17/2018 Reducing Sessions of Trauma-focused Psychotherapy Does Not Affect Effectiveness (Boston University School of Medicine)

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