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    Aspirin may help prevent Barrett’s esophagus

    A study by members of the Baylor Scott & White Research Institute found that aspirin may keep some acid reflux sufferers from developing cancer of the esophagus.

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    Is the new Dynavax hepatitis vaccine safe?

    The FDA sought the advice of a public advisory committee when they wanted to know if the new hepatitis vaccine should be approved for use in millions of people.

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    Are there risk factors associated with length of stay in adults with congenital heart disease?

    A group of physicians are investigating risk factors associated with increased LOS in patients with adult congenital heart disease.

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Why Baylor Scott & White Health

We’ve created a transformative model for the health care industry that eliminates waste, improves coordination of care and helps us better manage chronic disease.

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

As an accredited provider for the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), we offer conferences—both live and online—at locations across our organization and the Southwest.

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Our extensive network of 48 hospitals and more than 900 patient care sites – including specialized centers, institutes and regional clinics – offers your patients a full range of medical expertise.

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Clinical trial on patients with relapsed or refractory AML

The purpose of this study is to assess the clinical response (complete remission) to FLAM compared to AM treatment in certain refractory or relapsed acute myeloid leukemia patients.

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Second annual Dr. Matthew L. Davis Trauma Symposium

This CME opportunity is designed to provide the most current evidence based practice information for the treatment and management of trauma patients.

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Plasmapheresis for recurrent acute pancreatitis from hypertriglyceridemia

Although less well reported, therapeutic experience with plasmapheresis has been highly successful in life-threatening presentations of acute pancreatitis.