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Partner News Releases

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

06/13/2018 David vs. Goliath: How a small molecule can defeat asthma attacks (Baylor College of Medicine)
06/12/2018 Video conferencing helps PCPs improve liver disease care, survival rates (University of Michigan)
06/11/2018 Long periods of viral suppression shown to prevent cancer in aging HIV population (American College of Physicians)
06/08/2018 Safety protocol breaches: ways to prevent infection transmission in health care setting (University of Utah)
06/08/2018 ORNL launches Summit Supercomputer (DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
06/06/2018 Is a stress shot on the horizon? (University of Colorado at Boulder)
06/04/2018 How does alcohol influence the development of Alzheimer's disease? (University of Illinois at Chicago)
05/28/2018 To scan or not to scan: research shows how to personalize lung cancer screening decisions (University of Michigan)
05/21/2018 Palliative care may reduce suicide risk in veterans with advanced lung cancer (American Thoracic Society)
05/21/2018 Innovative risk score tool effectively predicts future risk of hospitalization for COPD patients (Intermountain Medical Center)
05/18/2018 Natural antioxidant bilirubin may improve cardiovascular health (Emory Health Sciences)
05/17/2018 VA Researcher Dearly Missed By Coworkers (VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System)
05/14/2018 Positive Thinking Improves Arthritis Pain (VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System )
05/09/2018 Study about 'shock therapy' for depression suggests more patients should try it sooner (University of Michigan)
05/07/2018 Is dementia risk increased among veterans after mild TBI without loss of consciousness? (UCSF)

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