Marine Receives Double Arm Transplant At Brigham And Women's HospitalA retired Marine who lost all four limbs in combat in Afghanistan six years ago is recovering after getting a double arm transplant at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
NH Couple Injured On Canada Vacation Headed To Boston For TreatmentA New Hampshire couple seriously injured in a motorcycle crash while visiting Canada are headed to Boston to continue their recovery.
Brigham And Women's Hospital Nurses Hold 'Walk-In' After Strike AvertedBrigham and Women's nurses cheered as they streamed in to the hospital entrance Monday morning, holding a celebratory "walk-in" after weeks of planning to walk out.
Nursing Strike Averted At Brigham And Women's HospitalBrigham and Women's Hospital nurses rejoiced early Sunday morning after marathon negotiations--lasting more than 15 hours--led to a tentative agreement with hospital management.
Brigham And Women's Hospital, Nurses Make Progress In Contract NegotiationsSignificant progress has been made in the contract negotiations between Brigham and Women's Hospital and nurses, who may hold a strike Monday if a deal can't be reached.
Brigham And Women's Hospital, Nurses Hope To Avoid Strike MondayIf they can’t reach a deal on a new contract, more than 3,000 nurses plan to picket outside the hospital for 24 hours Monday.
Brigham and Women's Hospital Nurses Vote For One-Day StrikeAbout 2,500 nurses at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston have voted to stage a one-day strike.
Cardiac Care Advances At Brigham And Women's Hospital Lowers Likelihood Of Open Heart SurgeryNew advances in the treatment of heart disease at a Boston hospital is allowing some patients to avoid open heart surgery.
Double Hand Transplant Recipient Discovers New Gift Through PaintingThe first double hand recipient at Brigham and Women’s Hospital says he is forever grateful.
Baby Boy To Leave Brigham And Women's NICU On Mother's DayFor the past three months, William has been fighting for his life in the neonatal intensive-care unit at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Family Of Marathon Bombing Survivor Gives Back To Brigham & Women'sGillian Reny’s legs were critically injured when the first bomb went off at the Boston Marathon in 2013.
Study Suggests Truckers Be Screened, Treated For Sleep ApneaThe study found that truckers with sleep apnea who did not follow their treatment had a five times higher rate of preventable crashes than truckers who didn't have the condition.

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