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NYU's firing of Professor Maitland Jones Jr. should scare all Americans

NYU’s firing of Professor Maitland Jones Jr. should scare all Americans

New York University fired Maitland Jones Jr. because his organic chemistry class was “too hard.” The man wrote the textbook on the subject, now in its fifth edition, and had been a star teacher at Princeton. He went out of his way to record his lectures, at his own expense, to alleviate some of the …

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Drug companies in opioid crisis donated $27,000 to Ryan from Ohio

Drug companies in opioid crisis donated $27,000 to Ryan from Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Democratic U.S. Representative Tim Ryan, who has made his opponent’s questionable record in fighting the opioid epidemic a central theme in his campaign for the open U.S. Senate seat in Ohio , has received campaign donations over the years from drug distributors blamed for key roles in the crisis, according to …

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Annuradha Bhandari received the Paul S. Rhoads Humanity in Medicine Award from Reid Health.

Annuradha Bhandari receives the Paul S. Rhoads Award for Humanity in Medicine

RICHMOND, Ind. – Annuradha Bhandari became the 42nd recipient of Reid Health’s Paul S. Rhoads Humanity in Medicine Award last week. The Humanity in Medicine Award honors the memory of its first recipient, Paul S. Rhoades in 1983, for his service to patients and medicine. Rhoads was the founding director of Reid Health’s Department of …

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Simultaneous LAA occlusion losing appeal for LVAD surgeons

Simultaneous LAA occlusion losing appeal for LVAD surgeons

NATIONAL HARBOUR, Md. — Innovation in left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) has reached the point where routine left atrial appendage (LAA) occlusion has little to offer in terms of reduction in strokes, showed a MOMENTUM 3 analysis. In this trial, HeartMate 3 device wearers who had LAA occlusion during LVAD implantation surgery had the same …

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2022 Halloween trick-or-treat dates, times in New Hampshire

2022 Halloween trick-or-treat dates, times in New Hampshire

IT’S OCTOBER FIRST… WHICH MEANS WE OFFICIALLY ENTER “SPOOKY SEASON”. A LOCAL REAL ESTATE AGENT IS “CREEING IT REAL” WITH A UNIQUE HOUSE LISTING. THIS HOUSE ON “GUYS LANE” IN WEARE SEEMS NORMAL AT FIRST GLANCE. BUT LOOK CLOSER… AND YOU’LL SEE “MICHAEL MYERS” FROM THE “HALLOWEEN” MOVIE FRANCHISE HIDDEN IN EVERY PICTURE. REAL ESTATE …

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Regenerative Medicine Market to Reach $85.3 Billion by 2032 Due to Wide Acceptance in Healthcare Industry - Future Market Insights, Inc.

Regenerative Medicine Market to Reach $85.3 Billion by 2032 Due to Wide Acceptance in Healthcare Industry – Future Market Insights, Inc.

The demand for regenerative medicine in Europe is expected to grow at a CAGR of 24.7% in the global regenerative medicine market. South Asia The region is expected to grow with a CAGR of 30.8% in the global regenerative medicine market. India is a leading regenerative medicine manufacturer. NEWARK, Del., October 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — …

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The value of medical student research goes beyond career planning

The value of medical student research goes beyond career planning

Conducting research as a medical student can help you plan your career. But does this lead to a career in academic medicine? Not necessarily. A study published in the journal priest indicates that the correlation between medical student research experiences and a career as an academic physician is not particularly strong. Rather, the study found …

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