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Radiofrequency ablation is effective treatment for dysplasia in Barrett’s esophagus

Interim results from a nationwide clinical trial led by a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researcher suggest that radiofrequency ablation is an effective treatment for dysplasia in people with Barrett’s esophagus, a condition that can lead to deadly gastrointestinal cancer.

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UNC Health Care is first in the Triangle to offer new system for stopping strokes

UNC Health Care has a new tool for stopping a stroke that is already under way, by removing a blood clot in the brain blood vessel that caused the stroke to begin.

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UNC team finds new target for treatment of advanced prostate cancer

UNC team finds new target for treatment of advanced prostate cancer

A recent study by UNC researchers, published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, provides evidence for a theory demonstrating that expression of one of a group of genes found only in humans and non-human primates can promote androgen receptor activity in concert with other proteins called coregulators.

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Adopt-a-Family Drive benefits 69 UNC Health Care families

Adopt-a-Family Drive benefits 69 UNC Health Care families

The annual holiday "Adopt-a-Family" drive benefited 69 UNC Health Care employee families this year. Thanks to everyone who contributed to making the Adopt-a-Family drive such a success. Happy Holidays!

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