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The treatments of tomorrow are being developed today by the ideas and innovations of our scientists and physicians. But these ideas and innovations require scientific study to advance. 

Wake Forest Baptist Health conducts hundreds of clinical trials every year in an effort to detect, treat and prevent disease. By participating in a research study, you may provide future generations with the promise of better health. 

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Wake Forest Baptist in the News

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Lower Blood Pressure Reduces Risk of Dementia

 Research conducted by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and reported at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference shows that lower blood pressure reduces the risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementia.

Lower Blood Pressure Reduces Risk of Dementia
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Six Comprehensive Cancer Center Nurses Share Pregnancy Journey Together

Six nurses in the outpatient oncology/hematology unit at the Comprehensive Cancer Center are all expectant mothers. The women have become known as “The Fabulous Six Pack” among their patients.

Six Comprehensive Cancer Center Nurses Share Pregnancy Journey Together
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Surgeons Reattach Teen’s Arm after Utility Terrain Vehicle Accident

Wake Forest Baptist vascular and orthopaedic hand teams successfully reattached the severed arm of a 13-year-old boy after a utility terrain vehicle.

Surgeons Reattach Teen’s Arm after Utility Terrain Vehicle Accident
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Wake Forest Baptist Offers New Breakthrough 3-D Technology in Surgery

Wake Forest Baptist is the first hospital in the Southeast and just the second in the world to own a device that allows operating room staff and medical students to see in 4K (ultra-high-definition) 3-D.

 

 

Wake Forest Baptist Offers New Breakthrough 3-D Technology in Surgery
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Wake Forest School of Medicine Students Learn Medicine in the Wild

 To help prepare future physicians to practice medicine in low resource settings, Wake Forest School of Medicine offers the wilderness medicine interest group to medical students.

 View the coverage in the Winston-Salem Journal and Spectrum News.

Read the news release.  

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