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Street Medicine program launches at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine – News at OU

Students from Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine are taking to the streets of Pontiac through a new program aimed at helping individuals who are homeless and need medical care. OUWB’s Street Medicine program — the first of its kind in Oakland County — begins Friday, Nov. 22, when the first group of students… Read More »

Suspect in custody after ‘potential threat’ directed at Temple’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine – The Philadelphia Inquirer

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Suspect in custody after ‘potential threat’ directed at Temple’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine  The Philadelphia Inquirer Temple University’s Lewis Katz School Of Medicine Closed Due To ‘Potential Threat,’ Suspect In Custody  CBS Philly Threat Closes Temple University’s School of Medicine; Hospital, Health Services Remain Open  NBC 10 Philadelphia Temple’s Lewis Katz School… Read More »

Radiation therapy effective against deadly heart rhythm – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the News Hub Standard cancer treatment offers hope to severely ill heart patients Matt Miller Clifford Robinson, MD, (right) and Phillip Cuculich, MD, have developed a noninvasive radiation therapy approach to treating ventricular tachycardia, a deadly heart arrhythmia. Visual and electrical maps of the heart help direct a beam of radiation at the heart… Read More »

Harvard Medical School Dean George Daley voices concerns about new Trump administration restrictions on use of fetal tissue in research

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced new restrictions on government-funded research conducted on fetal tissue. The department said it would end such research conducted at the National Institutes of Health and terminate a $ 2 million contract it had for similar work conducted at the University of California… Read More »

Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Earlier this month, Meharry Medical College, a 143-year-old historically black institution in Tennessee, proudly announced that it had received the second-largest grant in its history — $ 7.5 million to start a center to study public health issues that affect African-Americans. But the gift has prompted a vehement backlash from African-American health experts and activists… Read More »