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A Little Help from Friends


At the Windber Research Institute, not all studies follow the traditional medicine path — that a bench scientist comes up with a clinical test and then moves it to the bedside. Instead, these researchers start in the clinic, find a niche that needs to be filled or re-examined, and then head back to the bench to develop a solution that is subsequently pushed forward into the clinic. It’s a more circular path, and one that represents the field’s hope for the promise of translational medicine.

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