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Hartford HealthCare’s New Normal Stronger Post-Pandemic

Hartford HealthCare has taken extra precautions so you will be safe and feel confident when you visit.

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    Wherever You Stand, We Stand With You

    The past few months have been extraordinary. We believe that special times warrant special recognition. In addition to the commemorative days or weeks traditionally dedicated to healthcare workers,...
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    An Amazing Story of Recovery

    Jay Bialkowski, a 54-year-old Glastonbury man and security guard at Hartford Hospital, spent several weeks at Hartford Hospital.

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    Advances in Antibody Treatment for COVID-19

    A promising new therapy using blood from recovered coronavirus patients is now authorized for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration.

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    Hartford HealthCare’s COVID-19 Response

    The following content is created in partnership with Hartford Healthcare. It does not reflect the work or opinions of NBC Connecticut’s editorial staff. Click here to learn more about Hartford H...

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    Hearts for Healthcare Workers

    There are heroes on the front lines, every day, during this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis.

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    Hotline for Coronavirus Questions

    The following content is created in partnership with Hartford Healthcare. It does not reflect the work or opinions of NBC Connecticut’s editorial staff. Click here to learn more about Hartford Healthcare. Do you have questions or concerns about the Coronavirus? Hartford HealthCare has opened a 24/7 Hotline, anyone call with question...
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    A New Lease on Life

    Years after a heart transplant, Colby Salerno is doing more than giving back.

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    Surprise Ending After a Long Hospital Stay

    After falling ill with the common stomach bug, Laura Day experienced a rare side effect.

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    Routine Colonoscopy Saves Grandmother’s Life

    Thanksgiving day 2017…Gricela Diaz had so much to be thankful for…her health, her family – especially her two year old grandson – Xavier. But just a short time later she experienced some uncomfortable symptoms.

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    Thriving After Pancreatic Cancer

    Cyndi Brown had a weird thing happen, she started having itching. Not just a little itch-her entire body was so itchy. She then developed jaundice and when she went to the doctor she was given a grim diagnosis- pancreatic cancer.

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    Inspiring Athlete Determined to Stay Active

    Laura Bassett is an athlete at heart, so when the back pain first started, she ignored it… fought through. But after years, the pain got to be too much. James Yue, MD, would change her life.

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    Determined Triathlete Never Lost Hope

    Laura Becker is a determined triathlete who was faced with a limb-threatening condition called Iliac Endo-Fibrosis.

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    Trinity College Track Star Overcomes Major Hurdle

    A Trinity College track star faced a major hurdle this past year…after he suffered an injury during practice. But, he soon found the care he needed at the Hartford Healthcare Bone and Joint Institute.

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    A Night of Black & Red 2020

    Hartford Hospital will host its Night of Black & Red 2020 at the Bushnell on Saturday 1/25.

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    A Patient’s Road to Relief for a Swallowing Disorder Found With the Team at Hartford HealthCare

    For people living with swallowing disorders, feeling a choking sensation when they eat or drink is a common occurrence. But there is a newer, less invasive treatment option, people can find relief from these troublesome symptoms and gain a better quality of life.

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    Helping Men Get to the Doctor

    Men are 1.4 times more likely than women to die from almost any chronic medical condition, according to national statistics reported by Hartford HealthCare. Yet men are 80 percent less likely than women to seek preventive healthcare.

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    Clinical Trials at Hartford HealthCare

    Memorial Sloan Kettering clinical trials are now available for Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute patients.

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