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Sharing the latest health news & medical research from Vanderbilt University Medical Center. https://t.co/hg8LFivkYu, https://t.co/uDXkR29iLS

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Tonight's Champ of the Game 💛 @VUMChealth | #TBLvsNSH https://t.co/IqujZvybPI
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Vanderbilt Health
5 hours ago
Symptoms of gynecologic cancers can be vague, which makes them easy to brush off. But because early detection is key, it’s important to seek help when you feel that something’s not right. https://t.co/Z7v6n34drX
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Vanderbilt Health
7 hours ago
After your COVID-19 vaccine, if you want to post about it to social media, use a photo of your nifty sticker, or the Band-Aid on your arm -- but not a photo of your vaccination card. That contributes to identity theft. https://t.co/UacbyA9C8U
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Vanderbilt Health
8 hours ago
Why was a 37-year-old man with no known health conditions on the brink of lung failure because of COVID-19? Zach Lloyd's dramatic ordeal with COVID, leading up to a double lung transplant: https://t.co/vWkzamVWjp
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Vanderbilt Health
8 hours ago
James Crowe, MD, and members of his lab who have pioneered rapid development of monoclonal antibody treatments for life-threatening viral diseases including COVID-19, were featured on a CBS News “60 Minutes” segment titled “The Last Pandemic .” Watch here: https://t.co/bHk1g5HCD5
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Vanderbilt Health
11 hours ago
Now that the weather's warming, walking for fitness may be more appealing that it was during the winter. Socially distant exercise is still important. 10 additional perks to a walking habit, besides the exercise: https://t.co/4ESbehhKJJ
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Vanderbilt Health
14 hours ago
Everyone age 16 & older in Tennessee is now eligible to get the #COVID19 vaccine. If you're a VUMC patient, see all the ways you can schedule your vaccine with us: https://t.co/hYq7zaeBB2. Also find vaccine appointment locations close to you at https://t.co/hwdBoOEB3P. https://t.co/3mJHVMX7Ll
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TN Dept. of Health
a day ago
COVID-19 vaccines are available, free, and encouraged for every adult Tennessean. Talk with your doctor about which vaccine is right for you, and get your first appointment scheduled today. More: https://t.co/Ay3jknWGWK
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Vanderbilt Health
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What you can do after you're fully vaccinated against COVID-19 -- and what protective steps you still need to take. Info from @CDCgov https://t.co/ZNHXct3Zry
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Vanderbilt Health
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Today's vaccines & monoclonal antibody therapies may be insufficient for controlling the pandemic, as they target only one part of the COVID-19 virus, according to this research. Treatment/prevention may improve by targeting multiple sites on the virus. https://t.co/holEhNOcND
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Vanderbilt Health
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Andreana Holowatyj, PhD, MS of @VUMC_Cancer , as part of the @AACR Annual Meeting, has been featured in AACR Stories: The Faces & Voices Behind the Science. @drholowatyj @VUMC_MD https://t.co/cYei31C3By https://t.co/KAWJxzPFYX
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Vanderbilt Health
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Even as more people are vaccinated, keep wearing your mask. @TNDeptofHealth explains the science of how masks work to prevent the spread of the #coronavirus. https://t.co/nqb5w8Yrgu https://t.co/KxQYc6WCUg
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Vanderbilt Health
a day ago
This study discovered that triple-negative breast cancer cells grab nutrients from immune-system cells. The findings suggest a future treatment strategy for this type of breast cancer. https://t.co/3Fk6WBVmpi
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COVID-19 vaccines: What you should know now. https://t.co/n3geMDYAgs https://t.co/2bmEcpdYQD
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Vanderbilt Health
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Why was a 37-year-old man with no known health conditions on the brink of lung failure because of COVID-19? Zach Lloyd's dramatic ordeal with COVID, leading up to a double lung transplant: https://t.co/2ElMP6YkHv
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Vanderbilt Health
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"Cancer doesn't wait for anybody. Screening is life-saving." - @VUMChealth Dr. @ErinGillaspie on the importance of a screening for earlier detection of lung cancer (the leading cause of cancer deaths in TN), when it's more treatable: https://t.co/jvcQQvffNF @Tennessean
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