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Reviving a Heart

Jim Briggs got a second chance. And a donor’s heart.

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With an Open Heart

One family copes with loss by investing in research.

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Not Forgotten

Two doctors and a mother meet, years later, to celebrate the life of Christoph McKenzie.

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UW Medicine Heart Transplant Outcomes Are Among the Best in the U.S.

The Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients gave UW Medicine’s heart transplant program a score of 5, the highest possible, denoting “better than expected” patient outcomes. Of the eight top-scoring facilities in the U.S., UW Medical Center had the highest volume of heart transplants, 48, during the year covered by the report. “This reflects a big […]

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On the Fast Track to a Healthier World

We’re working to shorten the distance to healthier lives for everyone, everywhere. Whether it’s developing solutions to cancer, advancing stem cell regeneration or improving global health, we’re on the fast track to making deadly and chronic illnesses become more treatable — even curable. Meet some of the brilliant people who are helping to accelerate medicine […]

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Influential Scientists: Bruce Psaty

Dr. Bruce Psaty, named by Thomson Reuters as one of the world’s most influential scientists, describes his bottom-line research sensibilities and his work examining heart disease and aging.

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