Penn Medicine's new TV spot, highlighting some of the historic "firsts" we've been a part of.
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Penn's historic "firsts" include:
The first X-Ray Image
The first dialysis machine
The first use of a ventilator on infants
The first in vitro fertilization birth in Philadelphia
The first coronary care unit
The first to discover a cancer chromosome
The first robotic head and neck surgical procedures
The first pediatric bilateral hand transplant
The first genetic reversal of blindness
The first cancer gene therapy
At Penn Medicine, we know life is full of health challenges. They hold us back from the things we can do and want to do. And that’s precisely why it has always been our way to never give up on life. So we take the world’s healthcare challenges by the horns and propel medicine forward like a rocket heading into orbit. We gather more knowledge, analyze more data, unearth more connections and turn more medical mysteries into solutions that can heal.
We keep pushing boundaries, covering more ground and beating the odds so that we can continue to make the world healthier, better and stronger. A place where the limits imposed on our lives by health challenges are met with an equally determined resolve to not limit ourselves when it comes to finding a way to remove those challenges. One that promises the next great frontier of health, discoveries and Breakthroughs.
That’s why your life is worth Penn Medicine.
Discover more at www.PennMedicine.org
The voice heard in this commercial is famed poet Robert Frost reading a passage from his poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening."