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ArticleJune 27, 2017

How an ancient Egyptian arthritis remedy may soon be the next therapy for pulmonary arterial hypertension
ArticleMay 30, 2017

Chas Salmen, MD, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, was part of a team that studied 303 families living on Mfangano Island in Lake Victoria, East Africa.
ArticleMay 5, 2017

Dr. Rita Perlingeiro identifies new target for possible leukemia treatments
ArticleMarch 17, 2017

Medical students and their supporters filled McNamara Alumni Center on Friday, March 17, 2017, to celebrate Match Day.
ArticleMarch 10, 2017

“When we think about viruses, we think disease,” says Masato Yamamoto, M.D., Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Surgery and member of the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota.
ArticleMarch 8, 2017

“We kind of have a choice of where we go to medical school, but with residency, it’s just up in the air. I make my list, the programs make their lists, it’s put into this magical box, and the result comes out.” On Friday, March 17, Victoria Black Horse will be alongside her classmates as she learns just where she will be spending her residency.
ArticleMarch 7, 2017

For Medical School student, Tim Kummer, March 17, 2017, will be the culmination of a non-traditional journey. "Match Day has kind of always been this off in the distance thing that didn’t ever actually seem real. Now that it is actually getting close, I feel general anxiety. All I want is for time to pass, so I know where I will be matched and can take the next step."
ArticleMarch 7, 2017

Medical schools across the nation time their Match Day events, so every student in the country gets the life-changing news simultaneously. For Andy Samborski and Alex Erickson, the news within their envelopes will come to them as a couple. "When we first started dating, we knew that if we liked each other enough and if it was going to be long-term, we both had to do well because couples matching would be coming down the road."

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