The Advocate

Tulane gets $25 million to fund research at School of Medicine
The Advocate
Tulane University announced plans Monday to fund research at the Tulane School of Medicine, using a $25 million gift from the family of well-known internal medicine physician John W. Deming, a 1944 graduate of the school. The donation, which will name ...

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Bravo (blog)

Married to Medicine Returns This November: Get Your First Look at the Emotional New Season
Bravo (blog)
It's on! Tensions are high for the ladies of Married to Medicine when Season 5 premieres on Bravo this November. And while the ladies don't always see eye-to-eye with each other, they are also feeling that emotional strife in their relationships at ...
EXCLUSIVE: 'Married to Medicine' Season 5 Trailer Premiere! There's a New Doc -- and Major New DramaEntertainment Tonight

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Cancer Group Urges Precision Medicine Standards, FDA Flexibility
Bloomberg BNA
Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) testing is the foundation of precision medicine, an innovative approach that narrowly tailors disease prevention and treatment based on an individual's own genes, environment, and lifestyle, according to the Food and ...



OncLive

Precision Medicine Rapidly Being Incorporated Into Ovarian Cancer ...
OncLive
While precision medicine has been a modern go-to approach by physicians in various malignancies, it is demonstrating a particular benefit in ovarian cancer, ...

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News-Medical.net

Analytical Science in Precision Medicine
News-Medical.net
The challenges that we face in 21st century medicine will be illustrated, particularly the diversity in terms of the emergent diseases that are occurring and the genetic and environmental drivers that change disease patterns and prevalence in whole ...



The Japan Times

Interest in mountain medicine growing in Japan amid trekking boom, surge in accidents
The Japan Times
SAPPORO – Japan has seen an increasing number of mountaineering accidents amid the boom in alpine trekking, with many victims in their 50s and 60s. This in turn has led to increasing demand for doctors with expertise in mountain medicine, prompting ...

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Letter: The costs of socialized medicine
Virginian-Pilot
Have any Pilot readers ever lived in a country, such as Canada, that has socialized medicine? It's true that sometimes the grass looks greener on the other side. That's because it's Astroturf. When I lived temporarily in Canada a few years ago, it was ...



KOAM-TV

Internal Medicine Doctor Joins Mercy Clinic in Joplin
KOAM-TV
Little did Betty Murray know when she volunteered during the Joplin tornado cleanup in summer 2011 as a medical student that she would return someday as a doctor. She spent one weekend cleaning debris from yards a couple of months after the May 22 ...

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Kuensel, Buhutan's National Newspaper

Need to collaborate traditional and modern medicine
Kuensel, Buhutan's National Newspaper
Health officials say that collaboration of traditional and modern medicine needs to be encouraged for patient safety and quality of healthcare. This was discussed at the fourth biennial health conference held on September 16 in Thimphu. Section 12.1 (a ...



Editorial: New bill is bad medicine
The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger showed common sense by putting the brakes on a bill to bar Ohio employers from requiring employees to be vaccinated against the flu. The bill was opposed by every major health-care association in Ohio, along with ...


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