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Pitt Doctor Gets Grant to Test Self-Management Approach to Chronic Pain in HIV Patients

New NIH grant totaling more than $3 million for the first full-scale trial of behavioral therapy.

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Dr. Bernard Rousseau, previously of Vanderbilt University, will lead the University of Pittsburgh Department of Communication Science and Disorders.

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Paul Glover believes the nurses at UPMC McKeesport not only saved his life following cardiac arrest, but also changed it. Their efforts inspired him to start leading a healthier lifestyle.

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Lara Logan, a journalist with “60 Minutes” and former CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent, will serve as the keynote speaker for Magee-Womens Research Institute & Foundation’s Magee Prize Dinner.

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R. Marshall Austin, M.D., Ph.D., professor of pathology and director of cytopathology at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital is lead author of a large-scale retrospective study that shows that when done with up-to-date methods, Pap smears boost cervical cancer or precancer detection rates compared to HPV testing alone.

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