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Match Day a success again for UofL residency programs (w/ VIDEO)

Match Day a success again for UofL residency programs (w/ VIDEO)

Internal Medicine, Combined Med-Peds groups both fill their available spots with solid incoming classes

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Beer with a Scientist:  Up close and personal with personalized precision medicine, Mar. 23

Beer with a Scientist: Up close and personal with personalized precision medicine, Mar. 23

Learn how a patient’s DNA can be used to improve medical treatments at the next Beer with a Scientist

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UofL medical students earn award for plan to improve physician wellbeing

UofL medical students earn award for plan to improve physician wellbeing

Students’ model to reduce physician burnout earns $1,000 award from the American Medical Association

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Cancer Awareness Show features something for everyone

Cancer Awareness Show features something for everyone

Hillview event on May 21 benefits UofL’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center

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UofL cancer program goes blue to help save lives

Texas Roadhouse will host ‘Go Blue for Colon Cancer Awareness,’ March 11

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DeFilippis receives grant to test biomarker that may predict heart disease in women

DeFilippis receives grant to test biomarker that may predict heart disease in women

Heart to Heart Grant from Alpha Phi Foundation to fund research that could reduce heart disease deaths

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Stem cells derived from fat tissue offer potential regenerative therapies for multiple diseases

Stem cells derived from fat tissue offer potential regenerative therapies for multiple diseases

Stuart Williams, Ph.D., of the UofL Bioficial Organs Program, delivers conference keynote address in Saudi Arabia

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Number of low-income Kentuckians without health insurance declined by 68 percent under Affordable Care Act

UofL study shows more of Kentucky’s low-income adults enrolled in health coverage

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Oral bacteria linked to risk of stroke

Oral bacteria linked to risk of stroke

UofL brain researcher and Japanese collaborators demonstrate the importance of oral health in stroke

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Interferon not beneficial for most stage III melanoma

Interferon not beneficial for most stage III melanoma

Final results of trial begun in 1997 show improved diagnostics make aggressive treatment unnecessary for many patients with metastasized skin cancer

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More evidence found on potential harmful effects of e-cigarettes

More evidence found on potential harmful effects of e-cigarettes

UofL researcher will present findings at AAAS meeting Friday

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