• PMHW Staff

Surgeon's work spans saving limbs to curbing the need for opioids

Updated: Apr 17, 2019


Matt Iorio, MD, has found a new professional home at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus after training at many prestigious universities and hospitals across the United States. He specializes in microvascular surgery that involves saving limbs of traumatically injured patients. When he is not treating patients, Iorio studies alternatives to one of the leading causes of addiction in America — opioids.


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https://www.cuanschutztoday.org/surgeons-work-spans-saving-limbs-to-curbing-the-need-for-opioids/?utm_source=CUAT-Fri-Apr-5-2019&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CUAnschutzToday&utm_content=Surgeons-work-spans-saving-limbs-to-curbing-the-need-for-opioids

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