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Culinary Medicine Program
UAMS recently cooked up a pilot program it looks to implement in the medical curriculum this spring called Culinary Medicine. More Stories. Japan exports fall in September, first decline since 2016. TOKYO (AP) - Japan recorded a trade surplus for ...

Inside Higher Ed

'To See the Suffering'
Inside Higher Ed
Being selected to give the Jefferson Lecture is considered the highest honor the federal government bestows in the humanities, and this year that honor went to Rita Charon, a pioneer in the field of narrative medicine. Charon, a Harvard University ...

MedCity News

Foundation Medicine, Novartis partner up on companion diagnostics in oncology
MedCity News
Foundation Medicine, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, said Wednesday that it had formed a collaboration with Novartis. The development and commercialization partnership will involve Novartis using the diagnostics maker's comprehensive genomic ...
Foundation Medicine, Novartis Partner to Develop CDx for Oncology DrugsGenomeWeb
Foundation Medicine Announces Strategic Collaboration with Major Pharmaceutical CompanyBusiness Wire (press release)

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Pharma Failures Actually Advance Medicine
Creating new medicines is extremely difficult and only one in 10 experimental medicines that enter human trials actually results in an FDA approval. Lowe acknowledges these challenges. But he also refers to these failures as “drug development sins” – a ...

Harvard Gazette

National Academy of Medicine honors 12 faculty
Harvard Gazette
Twelve Harvard faculty are among the 85 new members elected to the National Academy of Medicine. Election to the academy is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated ...
UNC School of Medicine's Giselle Corbie-Smith elected to National Academy of MedicineUNC Chapell Hill

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ABC News

Jamal Khashoggi murder suspect studied forensic medicine in Australia in 2015
ABC News
A doctor suspected of killing and dismembering dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi trained at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine in Melbourne after being sponsored by the Saudi Government.
Doctor linked to Khashoggi disappearance studied medicine in MelbourneSBS

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The Cut

Michigan pharmacist refuses medicine to woman having miscarriage
Detroit Free Press
An Ionia woman is demanding that Meijer discipline a Petoskey pharmacist and implement a company-wide policy for how pharmacists should handle religious and moral objections to dispensing medication after she was denied a prescription to help ...
Citing 'Moral Objections,' a Pharmacist Denied a Woman Medicine for MiscarriageThe Cut
ACLU: Michigan pharmacist refused prescription to woman having miscarriageThe Detroit News

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CU Boulder Today

CU Boulder professor celebrates induction in national academy of medicine
CU Boulder Today
In a ceremony in Washington, D.C., this weekend, CU Boulder Professor Chris Bowman was officially inducted into the National Academy of Medicine. Bowman, a faculty member in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering since 1992, is a ...

Bioelectronic Medicine: Using Electrical Stimulation to Treat Untreatable Diseases
PR Newswire (press release)
The latest development in electrical stimulation of the nervous system (also known as electrical neuromodulation and more recently, bioelectronic medicine) was reported on 24 September 2018. Two groups of researchers in the US working with patients ...

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