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Exploring disease predisposition to deliver personalized medicine ...
Science Daily
Exploring the links between diseases and tissue-specific gene activity, geneticists have been able to build a model that constitutes a first step towards the ...

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The Detroit News

Pistons hold groundbreaking for medicine complex
The Detroit News
Detroit — Officials hope a new state-of-the-art training, rehabilitation and sports medicine complex in the New Center area will spark additional development in the surrounding area. The Henry Ford-Detroit Pistons Performance Center, scheduled to open ...

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Health Affairs (blog)

Doctor Of Osteopathic Medicine: A Growing Share Of The Physician Workforce
Health Affairs (blog)
Doctors of osteopathic medicine have been around since the late-1800s but are gaining increasing attention due to their recent dramatic growth. While doctor of osteopathic medicine training was originally more focused on spinal manipulation, today it ...



TNW

Why functional medicine is the way of the future
TNW
Functional medicine is an alternative medicine, in that it emphasizes restoring the body's natural function, a state of biochemical harmony indicative of wellness. According to The Institute for Functional Medicine, “functional medicine is a systems ...



Healthcare IT News

Halamka: Decision support, care management key to accelerating precision medicine
Healthcare IT News
In Halamka's telling, effective precision medicine entails and requires much more than just the genomic science most commonly associated with the term. It depends on patient and family engagement, social determinant factors, easily interoperable ...

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Los Angeles Times

Why more doctors are embracing scientifically sound integrative medicine
Los Angeles Times
To the editor: We take umbrage at Michael Hiltzik's column challenging the Samueli family's $200-million donation to UC Irvine for integrative medicine. Hiltzik is concerned that the donation will “integrate quackery” into the curriculum and “tar” the ...



Kearney Hub

Messbarger still healing and playing after 56 years of medicine in ...
Kearney Hub
KEARNEY — Charles “Chick” Messbarger calls his 56 years in medicine and his 56 years in Kearney as “a blessing.”

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Madison.com

Northwest Wisconsin Chippewa tribe plans to grow hemp to turn into medicine
Madison.com
Industrial hemp is the non-psychoactive, low-THC, oilseed and fiber varieties of the plant Cannabis sativa. Despite uncertainty over its legality, a Northwest Wisconsin Chippewa tribe is set to start growing hemp to turn into an oil used to treat ...

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International Atomic Energy Agency

IAEA Partners with SNMMI to Strengthen Nuclear Medicine Training Worldwide
International Atomic Energy Agency
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) signed an agreement today with the U.S.-based Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) to increase training opportunities in this important medical field for health professionals across the ...

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WalesOnline

Cardiff University School of Medicine criticised over 'racist' student stage show
WalesOnline
Referring to earlier incidents involving trainees at the School of Medicine, the report said: “In the past, concerns had been raised, though not formally, that toleration of acts such as the performances in the revue may lead to medical students ...


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