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Reanalysis of randomized clinical trials could change conclusions

September 16, 2014

Through a reanalysis of previously published randomized clinical trials, researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine found one-third of previously published randomized clinical trials could be reanalyzed in ways that modify the conclusions of how many or what types of patients need to be treated, according to study results.

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AOPA renews insurance partnership

September 16, 2014
The American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association has extended its partnership with Cailor Fleming Insurance.According to a press release, the extension will take…
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Climbing event allows disabled veterans to experience Yosemite

September 15, 2014
A group of 13 disabled U.S. military veterans climbed and hiked several iconic peaks in Yosemite National Park in commemoration of September 11th during an event hosted…
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Pediatric orthotist fights mitochondrial disease for son

September 15, 2014
Every 30 minutes, a child is born who will develop mitochondrial disease by 10 years old, according to the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation. However, many people…
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Kevin Carroll, MS, CP, and Joey Funderburk at the Hanger Education Fair

August 8, 2014
LAS VEGAS — At the Hanger Education Fair, Joey Funderburk speaks about his bilateral prostheses and journey to get…
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Steve Mandacina, CP discusses new innovations in upper limb prostheses

August 8, 2014
LAS VEGAS — At the Hanger Education Fair, Steve Mandacina, CP, discussed new innovations in upper limb prostheses. He…
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Joey Funderburk talks about the non-profit charity Grace's Lamp

August 8, 2014
LAS VEGAS – At the Hanger Education Fair, Joey Funderburk talked about his work with Grace's Lamp. The non-profit…
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