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  1. Yale-New Haven Hospital is opening a new medical center in Old SaybrookRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 25 | The Day

    Yale-New Haven Hospital will be opening a Smilow Cancer Center branch and offering other medical services starting this spring at a building on Route 154 that was formerly one of Lawrence + Memorial Hospital's outpatient facilities. The Old Saybrook Medical Center, at 633 Old Middlesex Turnpike is being renovated into a "state-of-the-art outpatient facility, complete with the latest technology and amenities," according to a news release from Yale-New Haven.

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  2. Waterford Community Sends Support to Resident Fighting Bone CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Patch.com

    Waterford Professional Firefighters, in conjunction with Waterford Youth Services, made a combined donation to Alicia Hensley, a Waterford resident who is in 7th grade at Clark Lane Middle School. Alicia is currently undergoing treatment at Yale New Haven Hospital for Ewing Sarcoma.

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  3. Madeline Guarraia is battling Cancer for a second time.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | WTNH

    An 8-year-old girl who from Niantic that has been battling leukemia since she was four got some great news before the holidays, a bone marrow match has been found. All Madeline Guarraia wants for Christmas is to be cancer-free.

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  4. Maureen Ferrara-Higle, 66, Of Stamford; Musician And TeacherRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | The Stamford Daily Voice

    Maureen Ferrara-Higle, 66, a lifelong resident of Stamford, died at Yale-New Haven Hospital on Tuesday, Dec. 16, due to complications of pulmonary hypertension. Ferrara-Higle was a musician and pianist.

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  5. James G. Hennessy, 71Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 21 | Cape Cod Times

    Born and raised in New York City, he was a graduate of Archbishop Molloy High School and attended Marist College. He resided for many years in Connecticut, Cape Cod and most recently, Plymouth.

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  6. Brookfield Open Houses: Dec. 20-21Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | Patch.com

    A provocative new technique offered at Yale New Haven Hospital shows women in labor how they can laugh their way through to ease the pain. A Florida man has started a campaign on Change.org to make slain Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher Rachel D'Avino a Jedi Knight.

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  7. Stroke care gets high-tech at The William W. Backus HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | The Day

    For the past several months, stroke patients at The William W. Backus Hospital have been receiving the care of neurologists through on-call live video conferences that accesses stroke specialists for consultation any time of day or night. Shawn Mawhiney, hospital spokesman, said Friday the Telehealth Network was made available to Backus when it affiliated with the Hartford HealthCare network.

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  8. Special DeliveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Westport Now

    The first visit tonight on the inaugural run of the Westport Uniformed Firefighters Charitable Foundation's Santa delivery event was to the de Lasa household on Raymond Place. Caroline de Lasa , holding Hale, 1, said, she was grateful to Westport firefighters for saving her life when she went into cardiac arrest last month during a fitness session at the Saugatuck Rowing Club.

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  9. Find Open Houses in Stratford HereRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Patch.com

    A provocative new technique offered at Yale New Haven Hospital shows women in labor how they can laugh their way through to ease the pain. A Florida man has started a campaign on Change.org to make slain Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher Rachel D'Avino a Jedi Knight.

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  10. Can Expectant Weston-Redding-Easton Moms Laugh Through Labor?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Patch.com

    A provocative new technique offered at Yale New Haven Hospital shows women in labor how they can laugh their way through to ease the pain. They say laughter is the best medicine and one Connecticut hospital is now offering "laughing through labor" as a way to help ease labor pains.

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  11. Couple arrested after girl, 1, falls out of windowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | WALA

    A Connecticut couple is facing charges after the woman's 1-year-old daughter fell out of a second-story window. Hamden police arrested 25-year-old Katelynn Ruff and 30-year-old Christopher Demange after the girl fell out of the window Wednesday night.

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  12. in Re: David P. *Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | FindLaw

    LAVINE, BEACH and PELLEGRINO, Js. Michael D. Day, for the appellant . Tammy Nguyen-O'Dowd, assistant attorney general, with whom, on the brief, were George Jepsen, attorney general, Gregory T. D'Auria, solicitor general, and Benjamin Zivyon, assistant attorney general, for the appellee .

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  13. Baby falls 21 feet from second story window, 2 people arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | WWLP

    Hamden police are investigating after a baby fell 20-feet out of a window during a domestic dispute. Two people are now facing charges.

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  14. Couple arrested after girl, 1, falls out windowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | News Times

    A Connecticut couple is facing charges after the woman's 1-year-old daughter fell out of a second-story window. Hamden police arrested 25-year-old Katelynn Ruff and 30-year-old Christopher Demange after the girl fell out of the window Wednesday night.

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  15. Woman struck by car in parking lotRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Naugatuck Daily News

    A woman was taken to the hospital this afternoon with series injuries after being hit by a car in the parking lot of the Freihofer's Bakery Outlet at 1041 New Haven Road. Police responded to the scene at about 12:30 p.m. Naugatuck Police Department spokesman Lt.

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  16. America Reframed Premieres On World Channel January 2015Read the original story

    Jan 6, 2014 | BroadcastNewsroom

    "AmDoc is thrilled to collaborate with WORLD Channel and WGBH on the third season of AMERICA REFRAMED. As co-producers, we share a passion for storytellers committed to helping us gain a deeper and more nuanced understanding of America today," says AMERICA REFRAMED kicks off the new season with the 13 episodes airing from January to March.

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  17. State Supreme Court reverses conviction of veteran on weapons chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Stars and Stripes

    The state Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of a military veteran from Clinton who was charged with weapons violations after police found war memorabilia, including a dirk knife and a police baton, in his vehicle after a traffic accident. Jason Deciccio was returning from his mom's house in Clinton to a room he had rented in Bolton, Mass., so he could accept a job as a claims processor at a VA hospital in Massachusetts when his Jeep Wrangler struck another vehicle from behind in 2010.

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  18. STATE v. MENDEZRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | FindLaw

    GRUENDEL, LAVINE and FLYNN, Js. Richard E. Condon, Jr., senior assistant public defender, for the appellant .

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  19. Best Hospitals, Best Cancer Centers Rapidly Adopt Surefire Infusion SystemRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | PR Log

    PRLog - Dec. 16, 2014 - WESTMINSTER, Colo. -- WESTMINSTER, CO-December 16, 2014 - Some 80 percent of liver cancer patients have inoperable tumors.

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  20. Best Hospitals, Best Cancer Hospitals Rapidly Adopt Surefire Infusion ...Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Freshnews

    Some 80 percent of liver cancer patients have inoperable tumors. Now 41 percent of the hospitals ranked best overall in the latest U.S. News & World Best Hospitals edition, and 42 percent of best cancer care hospitals use the technologically advanced Surefire Infusion System from Surefire Medical for minimally invasive direct-to-tumor treatment alternatives: radioembolization and chemoembolization.

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