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How to prove whether one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine could save lives
On Dec. 30, the United Kingdom approved its second vaccine, one developed by Oxford University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. The UK government also announced that from…
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Assume the new coronavirus variant is in your community
The same day a mob of weapon-bearing Trump-zealots hijacked the Capitol Building, fatally injured a police officer, carved "Murder the media" on a door, and marched freely through…
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Military Match Day 2021: Student Spotlight
For military medical students, today marks the culminating moment of their white coat journey. This year, the college is rooting for its eight military students who are eligible to…
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MSU researchers urge action now for the eldercare demands of the future
With an estimated 20% of America's population to be 65 and older by 2030, Michigan State University researchers warn that current health care providers are unprepared to handle the…
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Her monthly giving added up to never-ending support
Kim Camp, alumni coordinator for the College of Osteopathic Medicine, was a single mom with four kids when she made her first gift to MSU: a $5 monthly pledge through payroll…
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Ask the expert: Our immune system and COVID-19
One of the keys to combating COVID-19 and the flu is to understand how our immune system responds to different viruses. Yasser Aldhamen, assistant professor, Microbiology and…
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