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A ‘Thanksgiving with renewed significance’ helps shine light on need for living donors
Rita Higgins received a kidney from her niece, Nicole Doty, after four years of dialysis three days a week.

Renowned pathologist to deliver the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Lecture about ‘Estrogen, Obesity and Breast Cancer’ Dec. 3
Dr Hironobu Sasano is consider as one of the top 20 most influential researchers in breast cancer. His presentation is made possible with support of the Carol M Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund.

Upstate Medical University, U.S. Army to partner on grant up to $12M to develop dengue virus vaccine
Dengue is mosquito-borne viral disease that affects about half of the world's population, according to the World Health Organization. There are no licensed dengue vaccines or antiviral therapies currently available.

In spirit of giving, Upstate prepares 1,300 lunches for the Rescue Mission
Upstate Orthopedics prepared 1,300 sandwiches for distribution to local individuals, to be served by the Rescue Mission.

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