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  • Gabby Giffords helps put trauma care in the national spotlight

    Gabby Giffords helps put trauma care in the national spotlight

    Sunday, March 13 2011 12:49 AM EST2011-03-13 05:49:25 GMT
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    By Sonu Wasu - email The UMC doctor who was one of the first to treat Congresswoman Gabby Giffords after the mass shooting said treating Giffords had a huge impact on his life. It helped launch a national discussion on the importance of Trauma Care, and the people who work behind the scenes to provide it. Dr. Peter Rhee, the Chief of Trauma at Tucson's University Medical Center said he had just visited the White House to educate lawmakers about trauma care. "The fact that thi...More >>
    By Sonu Wasu - email The UMC doctor who was one of the first to treat Congresswoman Gabby Giffords after the mass shooting said treating Giffords had a huge impact on his life. It helped launch a nationalMore >>
  • New photos from rehab hospital where Giffords is recovering

    New photos from rehab hospital where Giffords is recovering

    Thursday, February 24 2011 9:49 AM EST2011-02-24 14:49:25 GMT
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    By Julie Steigerwald - email TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) - There are new photos from inside TIRR Herman Memorial in Houston, the hospital where Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords continues her recovery.  Giffords is undergoing aggressive rehabilitation therapy as she recovers from being shot in the head on January 8th during her "Congress on your Corner" event outside the Safeway at Ina and Oracle in Tucson. In one picture, there is Giffords' chief of staff Pia C...More >>
    There are new photos from inside TIRR Herman Memorial in Houston, the hospital where Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords continues her recovery.More >>
  • Houston rabbi shares insight on congresswoman Giffords' progress

    Houston rabbi shares insight on congresswoman Giffords' progress

    Thursday, March 3 2011 9:26 AM EST2011-03-03 14:26:14 GMT
    Thursday, November 8 2012 11:21 PM EST2012-11-09 04:21:18 GMT
    TUCSON, AZ (KOLD/KHOU) - For Gabrielle Giffords, home is now in Houston, which is more than a thousand miles from Tucson, but faith is never far, it's always in her heart, said a Houston rabbi. "Gabby is a spiritual person. She welcomes the opportunity to hear and to receive prayers and feel comforted by them," said Rabbi David Lyon of Congregation Beth Israel in southwest Houston. Lyon, who is a longtime friend of the Jewish congresswoman's Rabbi Stephanie Aaron, in T...More >>
    Lyon, who is a longtime friend of the Jewish congresswoman's Rabbi Stephanie Aaron, in Tucson, meets with Giffords about three days a week at The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research in the Texas Medical Center.More >>
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