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HIV therapies have little effect on a baby's brain development
An almost certain death sentence 30 years ago, having HIV today has lost its fatal sting. In just over 20 years, the development of Antiretroviral Therapies, or ART, has ensured…
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Progress notes tell an important story in pain medicine
Medical records rarely tell a patient’s whole story. Even in the best of circumstances, details and nuances are often lost in records to a listing of symptoms recorded on charts.…
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Making a difference for aging populations and the people who help them
Although most of us don’t want to admit it, we’re all getting older. Population demographics indicate that U.S. residents are aging at an unprecedented rate. By 2030, 20% of the…
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MSU to launch online master's degree in global health
Individuals with interest in global health and development, health policy and related areas can prepare for numerous experiences by enrolling in Michigan State University’s new…
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College of Osteopathic Medicine offers medical program in Cuba
Physicians across the United States will have the chance to explore the Cuban health care system and delivery models this fall, when the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine and the…
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Advancing science for children with epilepsy and movement disorders
Two Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine graduate students are advancing the science behind genetic mutations that cause rare forms of epilepsy and movement…
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