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With a groundbreaking fetal surgery to treat spina bifida, Dr. Duron and the team were able to repair Justin's spine in utero instead of waiting until after birth.
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A 35 year old woman presents with a symptomatic bulge at her umbilicus. She’s had the bulge for several years but recently it’s started to cause her intermittent pain and discomfort. At this time, she’s never had any gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea or vomiting. She’s never had surgery and is otherwise healthy.
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As the Covid-19 pandemic surges on, scientists are racing to understand more of the novel disease and its impact on patients, especially those who are pregnant.
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Each year, physicians in the Department of Surgery top the regional list across a wide variety of surgical specialties, exemplifying the best of New York’s medical practitioners.
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Blog & Newsletter

What We’re Reading: 07/10/20

Another week brings a fresh sweep of daily records for Covid-19 cases in the United States. Don’t let pandemic fatigue set in, we have a long, long way to go. Wear a mask, wash your hands, maintain distance, get tested, and please be kind to each other.
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An interview with Thomas Imahiyerobo, MD, Director of Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery.
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Blog & Newsletter

What We’re Reading: 06/26/20

This week and every week in the foreseeable future, it’s COVID-19 and the critical, complex work of dismantling white supremacy in medicine, healthcare, education, and our society at large. Here’s what we’re reading—
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An interview with Lloyd Ratner, MD, Director of Renal and Pancreatic Transplantation.
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Illustration by Diana Ejaita for the 1619 Project
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What We’re Reading: 06/19/20

Instead of linking several distinct pieces this week, we are sharing one collection that was published by the New York Times last year: The 1619 Project.
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