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Iowa leads research in how measles spreads

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Iowa’s Patrick Sinn, PhD, has helped shape the world’s understanding of how this serious disease spreads at the cellular level.

Stroke requires you to BE FAST

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Do you know the BE FAST symptoms of stroke? Your quick action could save a life.

UI Stroke Team made all the difference

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Dave was rushed to UI Hospitals & Clinics, home of Iowa’s only Comprehensive Stroke Center. After prompt evaluation by the stroke team, he was moved into the operating room.

Hawkeye sports medicine team also treats Team USA

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The doctors at University of Iowa Sports Medicine serve as team physicians for all Iowa Hawkeyes teams, but three UI Sports Medicine doctors take that experience to another level.

AirCare marks 40 years at UI Hospitals & Clinics

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AirCare has been a part of the services offered at UI Hospitals & Clinics for 40 years.

Specialty Pharmacy helps boy with epilepsy get anti-seizure meds just in time

When a concerned mother called our Specialty Pharmacy on Wednesday afternoon, worried that her son wouldn’t get the medication he needed to control his seizures, our team helped coordinate a plan to solve the issue.

Renew your connection

Couple by Fire
Many couples have questions about the mental and physical issues that challenge intimacy. Sign up now to join our panel of experts in men’s and women’s health April 4 to get your questions answered.

Rollie chose reverse shoulder replacement to get his quality of life back

For the first time in years, Rollie Dunbar can raise his left arm above his head. He can move the arm with no pain and none of the weakness he once felt in his shoulder. He can do the things he loves to do, like rebuilding a 1948 Chrysler Coupe, pain-free.

UI neuroendocrine tumor program earns high European distinction

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University of Iowa Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center is the first U.S. cancer center to be designated a Neuroendocrine Tumor Center of Excellence by the European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society (ENETS).

Total hip arthroplasty has Paula singing again

Paula O’Brien back on stage in December 2018.
For 46-year-old Paula O’Brien, being on stage wasn’t just a hobby, it had once been a career. Her first professional theatre role was at age 11, and her love of performing developed from there. But once she turned 40, degenerative hip disease limited her life considerably.

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