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What is osteopathic medicine? A D.O. explains
In the years after the Civil War, without antibiotics and vaccines, many clinicians of the day relied on techniques like arsenic, castor oil, mercury and bloodletting to treat the…
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MSU researcher looks for specific causes of neuropathy in African patients
For approximately a third of individuals worldwide diagnosed with Distal Symmetric Polyneuropathy, or DSP, there isn’t one specific cause for the disorder. Michigan State…
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Connecting first-year med students to peer mentors offers wisdom and encouragement
Throughout the nation, medical schools are embracing new methods to engage students and encourage their academic success. MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine is helping to lead the…
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Statewide Campus System receives award from the American Medical Association
On behalf of the Statewide Campus System, Dr. Deborah Young, director of faculty development at the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, accepted the American Medical Association’s…
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Exploring the white coat journeys of four first-year osteopathic medical students
Every medical student has a unique White Coat Journey, a mosaic of experiences that have inspired them to become a physician, have connected them to people and circumstances that…
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New updates to college mobile app keep students connected
New updates to the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine mobile app, originally launched in 2017, have proven to be beneficial when it comes to keeping essential health and academic…
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