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Cover Story

The Unsung Heroes of Health Care (page 5)

Diagnostics teams identify the clues that can help solve health care cases.

Also Inside ...

Letter from the CEO of UM Shore Regional Health (page 3)

Hear from UM Shore Regional Health President and CEO, Ken Kozel, on what the System is up to.

Take Your Heart to the Mediterranean (DIET) (page 4)

Eating like you're on a Greek Isle or the Amalfi Coast in Italy has benefits for your heart health. 

Advances in Transplantation, Advances in Life (page 10)

Maryland's first robot-assisted living donor kidney transplant happened at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

How to Find a Living Donor (page 13)

Kidneys are the most common organs transplanted from a living donor, but a portion of a liver can also be donated by a living donor. 

Colorectal Cancer Screening, Kidney Stones and UM Shore Medical Group New Providers (page 14-15)

Learn more about the importance of screening for colorectal cancer, how to keep away kidney stones and meet two new UM SMG-Women's Health providers and members of our Birthing Center at UM Shore Medical Center at Easton team.

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