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Penn State Health takes on food insecurity

Unique program "meets people where they are"
By Scott LaMar/WITF

Penn State Health halts liver transplants as national oversight body reviews program

Penn State voluntarily inactivated its liver transplant program after concerns about clinical processes and documentation were identified.
By Charlotte Keith/Spotlight PA and Wyatt Massey/SpotlightPA

Midstate vaccine provider sees increase in no-shows for appointments

The system is encouraging patients to cancel unwanted appointments — either online or by calling its help line at 1-800-243-1455. That will help cut down on wait times and wasted doses.

By Julia Agos/WITF

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State Sen. Mike Regan in hospital after motorcycle accident

Sen. Mike Regan, R-York, “sustained serious orthopedic injuries to his lower extremities” in a Sunday morning motorcycle accident, his office said.

By The Associated Press

Gene mutations linked to higher rates of leukemia in Hispanic and Latino children

“Every discovery always opens more questions like why this particularly change in genes happens more in this population versus the others,” said Dr. Sinisa Dovat.

By Keira McGuire/WITF

Hershey doctor using genetic research to learn why people develop thyroid cancer

In his role as a head and neck surgical oncologist Dr. David Goldenberg treats many patients with thyroid cancer.

By Keira McGuire/WITF

Midstate hospitals impose restrictions, prepare for increase of COVID-19 cases

Midstate hospitals are postponing some surgeries and putting other restrictions in place as they ramp up efforts to deal with COVID-19.

By Rachel McDevitt/StateImpact Pennsylvania