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A persistent pioneer in breast cancer research
Apr 20, 2016 -- University of Kansas Medical Center oncologist Carol Fabian is honored for her work changing the odds for women with breast cancer and those at increased risk for the disease
A new NIH-funded study will determine if DHA supplements can prevent premature births
Apr 05, 2016 -- A $3 million NIH-funded study at the University of Kansas Medical Center will examine whether giving women daily doses of a DHA supplemen during the last half of their pregnancies can aid in preventing early premature births
KU Medical Center opens the MS Achievement Center
Apr 05, 2016 -- People with multiple sclerosis will have new place to seek treatment and support when the MS Achievement Center officially opens in April at the University of Kansas Medical Center
KU School of Nursing graduate volunteers on Mercy Ship in Madagascar
Mar 21, 2016 -- University of Kansas School of Nursing graduate Brenna Krampf spent eight weeks on the the Africa Mercy – a former Danish rail ferry converted into the world’s largest private hospital ship
Match Day 2016: Graduating medical students learn residency destination
Mar 18, 2016 -- Students from the University of Kansas School of Medicine learn where they will be serving their residencies at Match Day ceremony
Phase II adult stem cell therapy heart attack study underway
Mar 14, 2016 -- The Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center (MSCTC), with the University of Kansas Medical Center and Hospital, is currently recruiting heart attack patients for the Phase II trial, sponsored by Capricor, Inc.
KU Medical Center welcomes two new deans
Mar 10, 2016 -- A new era of leadership began at the University of Kansas Medical Center in January when Sally Maliski and Abiodun Akinwuntan arrived as the deans of the Schools of Nursing and Health Professions
KU research could be a game-changer for athletes with exercise-induced bronchoconstriction
Feb 05, 2016 -- A research project being conducted by the KU Asthma Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center may help formulate a field screening test to determine if an athlete is at risk for exercise-induced asthma
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