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Summer 2017 Newsletter
From the Vice Chancellor

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Welcome to the latest issue of the e-newsletter Breakthrough. While summer is often a time for relaxation and rejuvenation, our campus bustles this time of year as we continue to educate the next generation of health care practitioners and provide patient care...
A new life-saving treatment option, an implantable mechanical pump that restores blood flow throughout the body, is now available for the first time in eastern North Carolina. 
ECU investigators are studying how genetic therapy could help patients who are predisposed to lose one or more limbs due to peripheral artery disease. 
An event held at the new Health Sciences Student Center let students from across campus connect with their peers. 
An implantable device can help patients with Gastroesophageal Reflux
Disease, or GERD. 
The Madeline S. Gantt Endowment supports continuing education for the ECU Internal Medicine-Psychiatry Residency program.