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SpartanDO community celebrates 98% match rate
On Friday, March 18, students gathered at the MSU Kellogg Center to rip open envelopes and learn where they are headed for their residency training.
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J. Justin McCormick honored with the Patenge Medal of Public Service award
Dr. J. Justin McCormick has been named the recipient of the 2022 Walter F. Patenge Medal of Public Service Award – the highest honor from the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine.
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Macomb County Street Medicine brings empathy and medical care to the unhoused
“Philosophically speaking, we physicians and future physicians have a duty to actively seek out the acute medical needs of our unsheltered brothers and sisters,” says Dr. Bret…
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Diversity Week 2022
This March 14-18, the College of Osteopathic Medicine will host a series of informative events to celebrate its fourth annual Diversity Week.
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MSU PA Medicine professors collaborate to raise awareness about obesity prevention
Obesity rates are at epidemic proportions, and we need more research to create evidence-based, holistic, and sustainable strategies for prevention. That’s why when PA Medicine…
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New research finds OMT effective in reducing pain and disability in patients with chronic neck pain
Chronic nonspecific pain, unlike acute pain, is defined as lasting three months or longer, where no specific pathoanatomical cause can be identified. Dr. Jacek Cholewicki, working…
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