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View current and past news clips below featuring the Heart Institute at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh patients, programs and staff. Check back for updates.
Heart Camp gives hope to heart patients
Ellwood City Ledger (6/15/2018)
Young athlete who received a new heart for Christmas years ago encourages others to donate
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (6/26/2017)
Children's Hospital was well represented at the International Society of Heart & Lung Transplantation's (ISHLT) Annual Meeting in San Diego in April. Brian Feingold, MD, MS, FAHA, has begun a two-year term as chair of the Pediatric Thoracic Transplantation and Heart Failure Council of the ISHLT. He also presented an invited talk on alloantibodies (sensitization) and transplant outcomes. Jen Picarsic, MD, an attending in Pediatric Pathology, had an oral presentation of research on histology of late failing heat allografts. Massimo Mangiola, PhD, assistant director of the Histocompatibility Lab, presented a poster on unique alloantibody diagnosis and care in pediatric heart transplant patients.
Congratulations to the nurses honored in Pittsburgh Magazine's Excellence in Nursing feature, including those representing the Heart Institute.
Diane Hupp, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Kristen Straka, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Advanced Practice Nurse
Jamie Bloch, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
See full list here
Guests bond over shared experiences at Heart Camp for Kids
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (6/25/2016)
Visits to Children's don't end for some adults with heart conditions
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (2/23/2016)
National Donor Day highlights importance of lifesaving organ gift
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (2/14/2016)
Staff from the Heart Institute at Children's wore red on National Wear Red Day, Feb. 5, to raise awareness of heart disease in women. And for Heart Month, marked each February.
Google Cardboard saves baby's life
Sub Marathon Man
90.5 WESA (6/20/2015)
We first met our guest Darren Miller as attempted to become the first American man to complete the Ocean’s Seven Challenge. Having accomplished that mission Darren has set his sights on a new challenge. This Saturday he will attempt the Sub 3 Marathon at Presque Isle State Park on Lake Erie. Like his other athletic endeavors this challenge is to raise money and awareness for charity. Also taking part in the conversation is Miller’s fiance, marathon swimmer, Alli DeFrancesco.
Carpenters from Seoul constructing Korean Nationality Room at Pitt
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (6/17/2015)
Essential Pittsburgh: Healing the Hearts of Pittsburgh Children
90.5 WESA (6/11/2015)
For a heart-transplant patient and her family, Pittsburgh’s food helps heal
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (4/8/2015)
Teen is Heart Hero at Westmoreland and Indiana Heart Ball
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (3/29/2015)
Couple create T-shirt fundraiser to give back to hospital
New Castle News (3/10/2015)
Boxing Champ's Daughter Doing Well After Heart Transplant
ABC Action News (3/9/2015)
My Grandson Nolan's Journey
Pennsylvania State Representative Garth Everett recounts the medical journey of his grandson Nolan, who underwent a heart transplant at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
Medical professionals learning more about hypoplastic heart disease
Uniontown Herald-Standard (1/26/2015)
Pittsburgh doctor's discoveries could help pediatric cardiac patients
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (12/7/2014)
Cunningham's daughter recovering
ESPN Boxing (12/6/2014)
Cornell Junior-Senior High student, mom recall teen's near-death experience
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (11/26/2014)
Heart transplant in kids: speedy operation 'better than waiting for match'
Medical News Today (11/20/2014)
Kids Who Need Heart Transplant Should Get the First Available, Study Says
12-year-old's donated heart joins families, lets her memory live
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (10/20/2014)
Steve Cunningham: Fighting for Her Life
Daughter's ailment keeps things in perspective for Cunningham
Morell to lead new Children's partnership
Pittsburgh Business Times (10/6/2014)
Dr. Bill Neches, Hosting Heart Camp for Kids
90.5 WESA (7/25/2014)
Half a heart, full life: Teen stands as walking miracle
Las Vegas Review-Journal (7/12/2014)
Kindergartner with heart defect throws first pitch Saturday
The Daily Athenaeum (4/28/2014)
Young hearts at risk
Uniontown Herald-Standard (2/24/2014)
Middle-schooler recovering from heart surgery at center of fight to raise awareness
Valley News Dispatch (2/10/2014)
Concerned parents, organizations moving to get kids moving
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (12/11/2013)
Go Red event shows women can move beyond heart disease diagnosis
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (11/17/2013)
Peca Labs: three young entrepreneurs developing a heart valve for children
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (8/6/2013)
Kids Find Common Bond, Comfort At Heart Camp
Events help mom and Boardman boy raise Heart Walk money
Youngstown Vindicator (6/6/2013)
Fear of ICD Shock Impairs Sexual Function
Medpage Today (6/4/2013)
New Legislation Hopes To Prevent Cardiac Deaths
KDKA-TV, CBS (2/12/2013)
Adults Treated for Congenital Heart Disease at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
Children’s Book Helping Little Girl Share Her Story
Transplants provide inspiration for recipient to become medical tech
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (8/15/2012)
Transplant Recipient Doing Well in Hospital
Altoona Mirror (5/22/2012)
Sanchez’s ‘Little Bro’ Gets Heart
Altoona Mirror (5/19/2012)
Today's Kids May Be Destined for Adult Heart Disease
U.S. News & World Report (Healthday) (5/4/2012)
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