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Cancer-Killing Agent and Nanotechnology: Promising Technique To...

Published: 10/20/2014

A team of local researchers just landed a $1.3 million National Institute of Health grant to crack a problem cancer-patients worry about and that specialist struggle with almost daily. They... Read More

Student Selected To Chair American Council Of...

Published: 10/20/2014

Christin Giordano, an M.D. student in the class of 2016, has been selected as chair of the American College of Physicians (ACP) Council of Student Members, where she will lead... Read More

Grace Medical Home Partners With REC To...

Published: 10/20/2014

Thanks to a partnership with the University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Grace Medical Home, a low-cost clinic for uninsured patients, is one of just 10 clinics nationwide to... Read More

Casselberry First Responders Attend Med School To...

Published: 10/16/2014

About 40 Casselberry firefighter-paramedics attended medical school this week to get an inside look at human anatomy – training they said prepares them to do an even better job at... Read More

A Tale of Two Viruses: How Worried...

Published: 10/15/2014

With media headlines dominated by Ebola and enterovirus 68, how concerned should we be? We went to virus expert Dr. Griffith Parks, director of the College of Medicine’s Burnett School... Read More

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Cancer-Killing Agent and Nanotechnology; Promising Technique to Stop Metastasized Cancer Cells: A team of loca... http://t.co/bsb6R64ulA
Casselberry First Responders Attend Med School To Serve Public Better: About 40 Casselberry firefighter-parame... http://t.co/oOBH8Lo5jw
Senator Thompson’s Challenge: “Who’s Got Next?”: State Senator Geraldine Thompson shared the civil rights lega... http://t.co/c3QEWmYe4S
A Tale of Two Viruses: How Worried Should We Be?: With media headlines dominated by Ebola and enterovirus 68, ... http://t.co/6WcRLS2UXq