Medicine

FILE - Kari Lake, Republican candidate for Arizona governor, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Aug. 5, 2022. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

GOP remains silent as Arizona Democrats condemn abortion decision

FILE – Kari Lake, Republican candidate for governor of Arizona, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, August 5, 2022. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File) LM Otero PA PHOENIX Arizona Democrats vowed Saturday to fight for women’s rights after a court reinstated a law first enacted during the Civil War that bans abortion …

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Pulmonary venous thrombosis in the context of a COVID-19 infection: about a case

The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) has progressed rapidly to pandemic levels, killing an estimated one million Americans as of May 8, 2022 [1]. Its presentation ranges from asymptomatic to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and death. A striking feature of COVID-19 is that it affects all organ systems, presenting with various symptoms and complications unrelated …

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A Legacy of Healthy Bones: The Story of Mary Alice Bone Adamson

A Legacy of Healthy Bones: The Story of Mary Alice Bone Adamson

from the editor Note: In preparation for the 150 Centennial Celebration honoring 150 years since the founding of Jacksonville, a series of articles will be published about notable figures in the city’s history. The study and practice of medicine has played a part in Mary Alice Bone Adamson’s life for as long as she can …

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Juniata Students Intern with the Gift of Life Giving Program

Juniata Students Intern with the Gift of Life Giving Program

Since the first successful kidney transplant in 1954, organ and tissue donation has revolutionized medicine, continually expanding treatment options for once terminal illnesses. Shawna Cada ’23 of Reading and Jacob Sensenig ’23 of Hollidaysburg, both aspiring doctors, spent part of their summer at the forefront of medical advancement through an internship with Gift of Life …

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Emerging Health Leaders: Travis Gayles of Hazel Health

Emerging Health Leaders: Travis Gayles of Hazel Health

Travis Gayles, MD, Ph.D., chief health officer of Hazel Health, a pediatric physical and mental telehealth provider for K-12 schools headquartered in San Francisco, is one of 10 leaders in the healthcare in the making featured in the annual Managed Healthcare Executive feature. Travis Gayles, MD, Ph.D. I grew up in the small town of …

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Op-Ed: Protect the Dreamers.  America needs students like me to stay on our path to becoming doctors

Op-Ed: Protect the Dreamers. America needs students like me to stay on our path to becoming doctors

I am a proud undocumented medical student attending UCLA medical school – a reality that still feels like a dream. It’s a reality thanks to the 2012 Deferred Action Policy for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. However, the DACA program and its beneficiaries remain at risk as the policy could be terminated by court order any …

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West Linn women speak out against sex abuse allegations involving ex-doctor

West Linn women speak out against sex abuse allegations involving ex-doctor

A grand jury decided not to indict a local doctor after allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct. Now the alleged victims want the Oregon Attorney General to intervene. WEST LINN, Ore.— (Warning: This article contains information about sexual assault that may trigger some readers.) Women who claim they were sexually abused by a local doctor …

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Suffolk's Woleben named first Hugo R. Seibel teaching professor - The Suffolk News-Herald

Suffolk’s Woleben named first Hugo R. Seibel teaching professor – The Suffolk News-Herald

Suffolk’s Woleben named first Hugo R. Seibel teaching teacher Posted at 8:34 p.m. on Friday, September 23, 2022 Like his predecessor at Virginia Commonwealth University, Suffolk native Chris Woleben is dedicated to helping students succeed, including through the residency matching process. That is why it is so fitting that he was named the first holder …

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