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MCW scientist to study novel regulatory mechanisms for a gene involved in vascular anomalies

Aug. 3 - The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) has received a four-year, $1.8 million dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to study the RNA regulatory mechanisms underlying genes involved in vascular anomalies.

Dr. Leuthner Raises Concern that Bill to Restrict Abortions May Result in an Abortion Increase

June 9 - Dr. Steven Leuthner (Pediatrics – Neonatology) expressed opposition to a bill that would prohibit abortions in Wisconsin after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Dr. Leuthner said he fears that more abortions would occur if the bill is passed. WPR

Time Interviews Dr. Uhing on Viability of Preemies Born at 22 Weeks

May 13 - Dr. Michael Uhing (Pediatrics – Neonatology) contributes expert comment to a Time magazine article on the science and ethics of care for infants born prematurely at 22 weeks. Time

Right to Life Publications Describes the Powerful Impact of Time Cover on CHW’s NICU

Apr. 22 - The National Right to Life News Today reflects on the powerful message delivered on a Time magazine cover in May 2014 showing a preemie being cared for in Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. National Right to Life News Today

Family Recognizes Dr. Uhing’s Compassionate Care on National Doctors’ Day

Apr. 14 - In recognition of National Doctors’ Day, Fox-TV/Channel 6 shares one family’s gratitude for the care provided by Dr. Michael Uhing (Pediatrics – Neonatology) for their critically-ill newborn son. Fox 6 Now

National Doctor’s Day news story highlights pediatric success story

Apr. 3 - In honor of National Doctor’s Day on Monday, March 30, Fox6 News produced a piece about a family who wished to thank Michael R. Uhing, MD, professor of pediatrics (neonatology) and his team for saving their son’s life.

Research Finds that Low Birth Weight is Major Cause of Infantile Hemangiomas

Apr. 1 - Woman’s Day magazine reports that research conducted at MCW found that low birth weight is the single largest cause of infantile hemangiomas, birthmarks that resemble strawberries. Woman's Day

Clinical Trial Studies Link between Kidney Function and Premature Birth

Mar. 5 - Fox-TV/Channel 6 reports that Froedtert & MCW is recruiting volunteers for a clinical research study into kidney function and the link between premature birth and kidney disease. Fox 6 Now

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