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Anna Grace had to wear socks the first few times she showered because the pressure of the water on her feet was so overwhelming. Now Anna Grace is testing the waters of her bright new world.

A Healing Touch

All her life Anna Grace hated hugs. A surgery at Children's Hospital of Georgia changed that.

Johns Hopkins blood management expert to speak Nov. 6

Dr. Steven M. Frank, medical director of the Johns Hopkins Health System Blood Management Program and an expert in blood management and transfusion practices, will share his knowledge about the use of blood and blood products on the Augusta...

Ribbon cut on new hybrid operating room

The ribbon was cut on Augusta University Medical Center’s new hybrid operating room on Friday, and operations will begin this week. The surgical theatre is equipped with advanced medical imaging devices like a Phillip’s high-intensity C-Arm which...

Raft Debate set for April 14

The fate of a cardiologist, a surgeon and a pediatrician is in the hands of students at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. All three are aboard a sinking ship, and their only escape is a one-person raft. Who should be saved...

Donor Sabbath in photos

  National Donor Sabbath, observed annually two weekends before Thanksgiving, brings together the donation, transplantation and faith communities to give thanks for the lifesaving gifts of organ, eye and tissue donors. At Augusta University...

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