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05/17/2017 - The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, DC. - After five consecutive years of coverage gains, progress toward reducing the number of uninsured Americans stalled in 2016, according to a government report that underscores the stakes as Republicans try to roll back Barack Obama's law.

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05/17/2017 - WV Metro News By: Shauna Johnson
WHEELING, W.Va. - The sale of Wheeling’s Ohio Valley Medical Center to Alecto Healthcare Services could close quickly after expected approval from Wheeling’s City Council Tuesday night on a Memorandum of Understanding with the company.

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05/17/2017 - The Dominion Post
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Dr. Hannah Hazard-Jenkins and Dr. Paul Lockman, who are dedicating their efforts to research and treatment of breast cancer, will share what they have learned about blocking cancer’s growth, increasing patient survival rates and new treatments.

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05/17/2017 - WBOY TV
BUCKHANNON, W.Va. - St. Joseph Hospital earned finalist honors in the acute care category for two projects that tied: Reducing Rule-Based Error and Improving Outcomes for Hospitalized Dementia Patients.

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05/17/2017 - The Herald-Mail Media
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Healthy Berkeley and the Martinsburg Farmers Market are sponsoring a new walking program called Walk with a Doc for anyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle and, at the same time, having the opportunity to ask local physicians questions.

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05/17/2017 - The News and Sentinel
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. - WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center has been named a Baldrige Award for Excellence recipient for the second straight year. The program is administered by the Partnership for Excellence in Columbus. Camden Clark improves to Silver Level.

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05/16/2017 - WV Metro News By: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Gov. Jim Justice is already telling his cabinet secretaries to start preparing for the possibility of a government shutdown.

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