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Frontiers Magazine

Frontiers is a digital publication for alumni and friends, produced by The University of Tennessee Medical Center and the UT Graduate School of Medicine.

Frontiers is pleased to announce that the Spring/Summer 2017 issue is going fully digital. This issue of the magazine contains premium online content and it can be viewed on any device — from phone to tablet to computer — allowing you to take it with you anywhere. With beautiful new features like high resolution photos and custom animation, as well as links to exclusive additional content, you can interact with Frontiers in a way you've never been able to before.

What's in this issue?

In this issue, you'll read about:

  • The Pat Summitt Clinic and Coach Summitt's commitment to continue giving back, even after her death.
  • A family facing Alzheimer's with courage and hope.
  • How medical center staff helped keep our Smoky Mountains strong during the wildfires last fall.
  • An exciting new treatment for patients with Afib.

These stories and more are available now via an easy digital download.

How Can I Get the Online Version of Frontiers?

Subscribe now (it's FREE), you'll automatically receive a copy in your inbox twice a year. 

 
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Spring/Summer 2017 

You can also access previous issues in an online flipbook format.