UVA’s Organ Transplant Program at 50

In the 50 years since it began, the organ transplant program at UVA brought people together, strengthening connections between families, friends, doctors, nurses, transplant coordinators and even strangers.

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Shira Strongin: A Voice For Those With Rare Diseases

Shira Strongin was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, along with other rare diseases. She came to UVA and was treated by Dr. Kenneth Liu.
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Child Sexual Abuse: Raising Kids with Healthy Body Boundaries

Child sexual abuse: Find out steps you can take to empower, educate, and build trust with your kids. You can't prevent abuse, but you can reduce the risk.
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Time for a Nursing Home? Your Guide to Assisted Senior Living

If it’s time for a nursing home or assisted living, learn about researching different options and figuring out how to pay for it.
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Pulmonary Hypertension: No Longer the Kingdom of the Near-Dead

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) used to be referred to as "the kingdom of the near dead," but treatments have vastly improved over the past 20 years. UVA cardiologist Sula Mazimba talks about current treatments.
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