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Faulty immune receptor could be reason why many face HIV complications
For HIV patients, treatments that control the infection have come a long way. But many still struggle with a host of other disease-related complications such as neurocognitive…
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Dean presents three success stories of translating the latest research to the public to improve quality of life
Translating the latest research to the public in order to improve quality of life is paramount to the land grant mission. Tune in is as dean Amalfitano discusses three success…
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Dean says College of Osteopathic Medicine is a place where the science and art of medicine meet
Don't miss this informative conversation with Dean Amalfitano. Russ White talked with him for Michigan WKAR - Public Media from Michigan State University and WJR Radio.
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New training program addresses medical technician shortage
Michigan State University has partnered with the Michigan Radiologic and Imaging Science Consortium to address the shortage of trained neurodiagnostic technologists, or NDTs,…
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New Grand Rapids health clinic offers osteopathic manipulative medicine
Michigan State University has opened its first Grand Rapids health clinic, a specialty practice focused on providing osteopathic manipulative medicine, or OMM.
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Exercise linked to healthy gut and bones
We all know that exercise is good for us, while a high-fat diet may not be so good. A recent study, led by Michigan State University researcher Laura McCabe, supports findings…
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