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Scalpel-free surgery using focused sound waves appears to be as effective in treating essential tremor as traditional surgery that requires drilling into the skull, a groundbreaking clinical trial at the University of Virginia Health System has found.

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Antibiotics resistance = harder to treat pneumonia. So researchers are finding new ways to fight back! https://t.co/KOVFTUQ8zP @UVAMedAlum

We're making headway in treating deadly brain metastases - the #cancer that spreads: https://t.co/ZF6o6eQzjM @UVACancerCenter @UVaToday

Here's a sneak peek of the race bag for this year. Want one? Register at womens4miler.com.

ACE Bucket day was a great success this past Saturday! Have a look at what our friends at Rocking R Ace Hardware in Harrisonburg did for the occasion! Yes, friends, they made a giant fire truck out of miracle buckets!

We're sending a big THANK YOU out to the 3rd grade class at Congregation Beth Israel in Charlottesville today! CBI's 3rd graders took up class collections this past school year for the kids at UVA Children's Hospital and they were delivered to us today! Thank you so much for thinking of the kids, CBI! #kidshelpingkids #tzedakah

Tomorrow at the Women's Four Miler Training Program is Survivor Saturday! All are welcome to join us to celebrate breast cancer survivors. Join us at Lannigan Field at 7am. There will be treats from Panera Bread.

#UVA’s heart failure follow-up program is cutting costs and improving outcomes https://t.co/nat7CZPaKb https://t.co/qQWZPZ8rte

You don’t want to think about you or someone you love developing a brain tumor. The good news is that they aren’t actually that common. The American Cancer Society estimates that a person’s overall lifetime chance of developing a brain tumor is less than 1 percent. Learn more: http://bit.ly/29Zwp3n