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New exhibit opening on First Friday will feature artist who lost much of her vision
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KU School of Medicine-Wichita's Center for Clinical Research offers increased access to ALS clinical trials
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'Uncomfortable' conversations can produce positive results, duo says
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Summer program ‘BREATHE’ returns for Haysville students
“These kiddos often struggle with academics, but they also struggle with their social relationships and their family relationships, and we wanted to bring this program in to help them learn the skills to be able to function more effectively,” said Nicole Klaus, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.

KeyCentrix joins growing trend of businesses migrating downtown
While Keycentrix is the latest downtown project, Wise, the real estate broker, said it won’t be the last. Especially with the joint biomedical campus Wichita State University and the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita have announced for the area.

Keepers on Parade: KU School of Medicine
You may have seen this Keeper off of I-135 in Wichita, but not like this! Hear how artist John Pirtle made this Keeper pop with the classic KU colors.

WSU reveals plans for new biomedical campus
Once built, the Wichita Biomedical Campus will combine WSU’s College of Health Professions and Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, WSU Tech’s health care program and Wichita campuses of KU School of Medicine and KU School of Pharmacy into one location.

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