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Osteopathic Medicine, Born In Missouri, Now Seeks To Fill Rural Health Care Gaps
KCUR
She enrolled in medical school and in July starts classes at the just-opened Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences campus in Joplin, the first new medical school in Missouri in nearly half a century . Woody wants to serve someday in a ...



WCTI12.com

ECU names dean for the Brody School of Medicine - WCTI
WCTI12.com
A new dean was named for the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
New dean appointed for Brody School of Medicine - Daily ReflectorGreenville Daily Reflector

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WFAA

Medicine & Music: Grapevine nurse pivots careers, picks up flute
WFAA
She largely gave the up flute as she focused on medicine. She served 20 years as a nurse in the Navy before moving to civilian work. But five years ago, she rediscovered her love of the flute when she began playing at her church. "I started in the ...



New York Times

Four Timely Memoirs from the Halls of Medicine
New York Times
Grubbs also discusses the effects of racial bias in medicine — which she has encountered as a physician-researcher and a woman of color. Doctors are less likely to refer patients of color for transplant in a timely manner, and transplants used to be ...




TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Movie review: 'The Big Sick' is laughter medicine
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan's romance takes one step forward, two steps back, in “The Big Sick.” (Amazon Studios). By Chris Hewitt | chewitt@pioneerpress.com | Pioneer Press. PUBLISHED: June 27, 2017 at 3:33 pm | UPDATED: June 27, 2017 at 3:42 ...

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The Recorder

Mahar student attending Global Youth Summit on the Future of Medicine
The Recorder
ORANGE — A Ralph C. Mahar Regional School student will represent her school and her state at the Global Youth Summit on the Future of Medicine at Brandeis University. Kacy Ninteau is one of 230 delegates selected from hundreds of applicants for the ...



New York Business Journal

Frustration over price hike of AIDS medicine lingers in juror search for Shkreli
New York Business Journal
Even though Shkreli is on trial for securities and wire fraud, many of the potential jurors who were pooled are associating Shkreli's face — and grin — with the rampant price hiking in the medicine industry. As of this afternoon, more than 180 ...

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Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

FDA tackles medicine price gouging
Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
But recent high-profile cases have shown how lack of competition and medicine shortages allowed several drug companies to drastically increase prices for generics and some older brand-name products such as EpiPen emergency allergy injectors.

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Oswego Daily News

Upstate Medical Students Learn About Rural Medicine During Immersion Program
Oswego Daily News
“The goal of the program is of course, to expose these medical students to rural medicine in hopes that they make it a career path,” said Oswego Health Chief Medical Officer Renato Mandanas, MD. “We developed rotations that provide the students with ...


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