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American Heart Association Lifetime Achievement Award

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Bioinformatics Are A Research Strength Here

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Quitting Smoking After Heart Attack Has Immediate Benefits, According to UMKC Research

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Two, Million-Dollar Studies Target Heart Health Via Health IT

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Saint Luke’s Research Led by Spertus Receives $3.5M Grant

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Tomorrow’s Cures, Today’s Care

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UMKC and Saint Luke’s Awarded Federal Grant to Provide Training Program in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research

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