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Vascular Cures Launches Collaborative Patient-Centered Research Grants

Dr. Ho and her team seek to better understand how the presence of different gut flora may contribute to or be an early-warning indicator of atherosclerosis.  The study builds on her earlier work which indicated that metabolites produced by certain … Read More

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Wylie Scholar: Ryan McEnaney, MD, UPMC

Redwood City, CA, October 8, 2016 —
Vascular Cures and the Society of Vascular Surgery named Ryan McEnaney, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, as the 2016 Wylie Scholar.

The Wylie Scholar Program, now in its 20th year, awards three-year … Read More

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PAD – A Mother’s Story

Redwood City, CA, May 8, 2016

Betty Heck was a vibrant, healthy 80-year-old woman. Sadly, her life ended too early when a simple foot sore led to amputation and death. “My mom had a zest for life like no … Read More

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Platform Launched to Transform Research and Care

Redwood City, CA, March 31, 2016 — Vascular Cures, the only national non-profit focused on transforming research into vascular health, announced the launch of its latest initiative, Project Voice. A pilot study at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in … Read More

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