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Liver transplant recipient pays tribute to donor at Rose Parade

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Det. Kirby Cochran will be forever grateful to the Indiana mom who tragically lost her life nearly four years ago. It was a decision she made at a license branch that has Cochran expressing his thanks.Read more

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Dietician Mary Snell discusses healthier soups

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Today, we're talking about soup.Read more

Architect of trauma care in Indiana is stepping down

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There is a big change coming at the top of Eskenazi Health. The architect of trauma care in Indiana, Dr. Gerardo Gomez, is stepping down.Read more

Donnelly calls on Trump to help him encourage companies to grow in Indiana

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Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, is calling on President-elect Donald Trump to work with him to change laws to encourage companies to grow in Indiana.Read more

Teen gives words of inspiration to other Riley patients

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The Riley's Children Foundation is asking you to give hope this holiday season.Read more

Five cancer non-profits join forces to provide support to patients

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Five non-profits are setting up shop in the lobby of the IU Health Simon Cancer Center to provide free support to cancer patients.Read more

To the mother of my son's organ donor

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A mother writes a letter of heartfelt thanks to another mother for a life-saving organ donation.Read more

IU option QB opts to retire due to concussion concerns

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Zander Diamont still has another season of eligibility, but says he is quitting football after IU's bowl game. Read more

Death toll from Australia's thunderstorm asthma reaches six

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Six people have died and five remain on life support after a rare condition known as thunderstorm asthma struck Australia's second-largest city.Read more

Allergic to penicillin? Millions in the U.S. may be misdiagnosed

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Most doctors aren't even aware that some 90 percent of those diagnosed with a penicillin allergy can actually tolerate the drug, according to a study presented recently at the annual meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.Read more