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Pitt surgeon Thomas Starzl, MD, developed techniques for donor/recipient surgeries when organ transplantation was deemed impossible

Pitt surgeon Thomas Starzl, MD, developed techniques for donor/recipient surgeries when organ transplantation was deemed impossible (1984).

Attention, parents! Children can also play an important role in research and clinical trials. When your children participate in studies, they can positively affect pediatric and adult health care.

At any time, there are more than 200 active studies that look at approximately 300 different conditions. We encourage you to join the more than 100,000 participants in the Pitt+Me Registry who have signed up to receive our newsletter and to learn more about research opportunities that may be of interest to you.

Are you interested in joining Pitt+Me® to access study opportunities and learn more? Go to http://www.pittplusme.org today to create your profile and browse research studies. Would you like to talk to someone on the phone? Contact our staff at 1-866-438-8230 or e-mail us at pittplusme@pitt.edu.


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Pitt+Me®—Improving Health Through Research was originally published on newpittsburghcourieronline.com

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