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Transplanting hope: a miracle for baby Paityn

Aug. 10 - Last month, 10-month-old Paityn Walters of Peshtigo began to act tired, was throwing up and would cry while she was awake. Her mom, Tara Ellison, said it was out of character and troubling. “She was [normally] just very energetic. Never stood still. Always getting into everything she could,” she said. WBAY

Dr. Lipchik Discusses Importance of Exercise for Patients with COPD

June 30 - Dr. Randolph Lipchik tells Dr. Sanjay Gupta in Everyday Health that patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease have an improved outlook if they can manage everyday activities. Exercise can improve a COPD patient’s physical and emotional well-being, while inactivity can worsen their condition. Everyday Health

Dr. Scanlon to Co-Chair National Patient Safety Congress

Apr. 14 - Dr. Matthew Scanlon (Pediatrics – Critical Care) is Co-Chair of the 17th Annual National Patient Safety Foundation Patient Safety Congress on April 29 in Austin, Texas. Globe News Wire

Dr. deRoon-Cassini’s Research Focuses on Markers for PSTD

Apr. 14 - The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel profiles Terri deRoon-Cassini, PhD, (Surgery – Trauma & Critical Care) and her research that identifies neurological, biological and psychosocial markers for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. deRoon-Cassini also provides Froedtert & MCW’s injured trauma patients with psychological care. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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