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Transplant innovations give more patients second chances

Transplant innovations give more patients second chances

Three years after the arrival of Sukru Emre, Yale’s transplant program has a patient volume rivaling those of larger centers and has expanded the realm of cases it treats.

Some of the first patients Sukru Emre, M.D., evaluated for transplant after his arrival in New Haven had already been rejected for surgery at Yale, including an 8-month-old girl who weighed only 2 kilograms. Her size made a liver transplant—a highly complex procedure under the best of circumstances—extremely...

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Improving the lot of women in medicine

Improving the lot of women in medicine

Gail D’Onofrio, M.D., M.S., wanted to be a physician for as long as she can remember, but after graduating from Duke...

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When medicine meets the business world

When medicine meets the business world

The symptoms emerge in early childhood. A previously healthy boy starts to have trouble in school. Soon his hearing and...

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