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U.S. NEWS RANKS HOUSTON METHODIST HOSPITAL NO. 1 IN TEXAS

Houston Methodist Hospital is ranked among the country’s top hospitals in 11 specialties in U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 “Best Hospitals” issue, and for the fourth year in a row is named the No. 1 hospital in Texas and No. 1 in the Houston area.
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BRAIN SCIENTIST HORNER JOINS HOUSTON METHODIST NEUROLOGICAL INSTITUTE

The Houston Methodist Neurological Institute's new Center for Neuroregenerative Medicine scientific director is Philip Horner, Ph.D., an expert on the use of stem cells to replace damaged brain and spinal cord tissue.
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HOUSTON METHODIST HOSPITAL, MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER TEAMS PERFORM FIRST MULTI-ORGAN TRANSPLANT THAT INCLUDES SKULL AND SCALP
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Surgical teams from Houston Methodist Hospital and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center successfully transplanted, for the first time, a scalp and skull while performing kidney and pancreas transplants.
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Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Houston Methodist invention named a finalist for R&D 100 Awards
HOUSTON – (July 29, 2015) – R&D Magazine named the handheld single-cell pipette, a Houston Methodist Research Institute invention, as a finalist for the 53rd annual R&D 100 Awards, which honor the 100 most innovative technologies and services of the past year. Lidong Qin, Ph.D., associate professor...
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015 Foods with added phosphate cause spike in blood, even in people with healthy kidneys
Phosphates artificially added to dairy and cereal products appear to cause bigger spikes in blood phosphorus levels than naturally occurring phosphates, potentially putting harmful stress on kidneys. Too much dietary phosphate stiffens blood vessels, enlarges the heart and is bad for bones, but a ne...
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