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2014: A Year in Review

Three-dimensional printing to repair a baby’s heart; preserving livers for transplantation; helping chemotherapy drugs find their way to pancreatic tumors; robotic surgery through pinhole incisions. These are just some of the outstanding breakthroughs achieved at Columbia University Department of Surgery during 2014. Some of these innovations are already saving and improving lives, while others have significantly advanced our understanding of the science behind the medicine. All will have far-reaching impact for years to come.
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Robert S. Brown, Jr., MD explains the dangers of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, a silent epidemic on the rise, on New England Cable News.
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The following interview was conducted with Dr. John A. Chabot, Chief, Division of GI & Endocrine Surgery, Director, Pancreas Center.
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What's New in the Department of Surgery

Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month 2014

To help educate our patients, family members, and the public about pancreatic cancer, the Pancreas Center is pleased to offer daily articles, videos, news, and other information during the month of November. Click here to read patient stories, learn about the latest clinical trials, and more.
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A Fun Time Was Had By All In The City By The Bay!

2014 Reception at the 100th Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons
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