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Upstate’s Bone Marrow Transplant Program is awarded re-accreditation

FACT is an internationally recognized accrediting body for hospitals and medical institutions offering stem cell transplant.

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Twelve Syracuse high school students graduate from Upstate’s Project SEARCH program


Project SEARCH prepares high school seniors with disabilities for competitive employment in the job market.

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Team Upstate encourages community engagement


Team Upstate connects employees and students at Upstate Medical University with many volunteer opportunities on campus, in the Syracuse community and across the region, enhancing the quality of life for Central New Yorkers.

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Research findings by Upstate urologists may offer insight into possible sign of bladder cancer


Research findings by urologists Timothy Byler, MD, and Imad Nsouli, MD, suggest that patients without blood in the urine or urinary symptoms may need urologic evaluation for bladder cancer based on incidental urinary bladder wall CT findings.

Anne Clancy, a retired Upstate physician assistant, left, reviews a patient’s screening results at Upstate’s 11th annual free screening for vascular disease, held June 23 at St. Lucy’s Church in Syracuse. The screenings were sponsored by The Advocates for Upstate Medical University and included a carotid ultrasound, abdominal ultrasound, ankle-brachial blood pressure, and a counseling session with a vascular specialist to review the same-day screening results. A total of 165 screenings were conducted with more vascular issues identified this year than in  previous years.