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Neurology researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have a new pilot study in the works thanks to funding from the ...

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– Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center continues to be ranked among the country’s top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. ...

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The parents of a newborn receiving intensive care at Brenner Children’s Hospital no longer have to be on-site to keep watch ...

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Hospital readmission, an important measure of quality care, costs the United States an estimated $17 billion each year. And ...

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For the second straight year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Brenner Children’s Hospital, the pediatric arm of Wake ...

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Ryan Terlecki, M.D., a urologist at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center will discuss the connection between erectile dysfunction ...

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A carefully structured, moderate physical activity program can reduce risk of losing the ability to walk without assistance, ...

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Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s financial commitment to programs and activities defined as community benefits by a state ...

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Wake Forest Baptist study shows success of novel treatment option -- repeat radiation -- for lung cancer patients.  ...

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