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Duke University Hospital has joined the first national study to test a potential therapy for COVID-19, giving hospitalized adult patients with significant symptoms an option to participate. The study is being co-led by Cameron Wolfe, MD, associate professor of medicine (Infectious Diseases), and Emmanuel “Chip” Walter, MD, professor of pediatrics.

In December, Duke transplant surgeons performed the state’s and region’s first organ transplant from a deceased HIV-positive donor to an HIV-positive recipient. 

Cameron Wolfe, MD, assistant professor of medicine (Infectious Diseases), is Duke Today's Blue Devil of the Week.

Given the rapidly changing national and international response to Ebola, Duke University and Duke Medicine have established a centralized informati

A snapshot of patients who required care at Duke University Hospital during this year’s flu season shows that those who had not been vaccinated had

Duke officials are closely monitoring the reports of avian flu in China, where Duke has a growing number of faculty, staff and students in places l

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