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Dr. Julie Dunn holds up a sheet of surgical mesh that will be coated with a substance that improves healing of hernias, developed by CSU professor Melissa Reynolds.(Photo: John Eisele/CSU)

Research agreement will advance patient care

University of Colorado Health and Colorado State University announced Nov. 11 that a newly signed memorandum of understanding will pave the way for collaborative research to reach patients faster and more efficiently. The announcement, made during … [Read More...]




Anxious Love: The power of the human spirit

Anxious Love is an intimate look at life in the neonatal intensive care unit at Poudre Valley Hospital. The Petersen family kindly shares their … [Read More...]

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UCHealth in the news

UCHealth strikes deal to purchase Longmont Clinic
“The clinic signed a letter of intent this week and is working with UCHealth to negotiate the terms of the sale…

New implantable defibrillator offers less invasive, safer option for some heart patients
Jeremiah Timmons, 34, is a big man, with gentle eyes and a big heart...

Genetic testing helps save Colorado Springs woman’s life
…more women than ever before are having genetic testing done to learn more about their chances of getting cancer in the future.

Agreement In Northern Colorado Intended To Speed Up Medical Advances
An agreement between Colorado State University and University of Colorado Health could speed up medical advances in northern Colorado.