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50 Years of Education and Mentoring

Dr. Alfred Blalock (1899-1964) was best known for his research on shock and for developing, with Dr. Helen Taussig, the Blalock-Taussig Shunt, a surgical procedure for correcting “blue baby syndrome,” a congenital heart defect in infants. That development ushered in … Continue reading

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50 Years of Cutting-Edge Research

The professional staff at THI averages over 30 papers a month. I enjoy looking at recent publications and can tell you they reflect the full range of cutting-edge research, from basic research to clinical trials. I was curious to know … Continue reading

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50 Years of Innovative Patient Care

About a year ago, my uncle, in his mid-seventies, suffered a stroke. Growing up, I felt very close to him, even though he lived in Dallas and I lived in San Antonio. We’ve always had a special bond because we … Continue reading

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50 Years of Excellence

Did you know it’s the 50th anniversary of The Beatles first single? A couple of months ago, during my usual YouTube exploration, I bumped into “Yesterday” being performed by Adam Levine from Maroon 5. I couldn’t help but search for … Continue reading

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Celebrating Cooley and Old Houston

September 29, 2012: Texas Monthly

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Everyone a Winner at the Golden Open House

Thanks to everyone for stopping by the Library & Learning Resource Center “Go for the Gold” Open House. We welcomed quite a few regulars, but also got to meet some new folk. The Olympic-themed event on July 18 was great … Continue reading

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