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How some med schools are readying kids from rural, poor or underrepresented minorities for medical professions
Growing up with cancer around her, a young woman had a hard time thinking about what her family history meant for herself.
Diversity programs and initiatives at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University help improve medical education and patient care.
Caregivers often give little thought to their own health or wellbeing. Here's why it's important to build self-care into caregiving. Insight Newsletter | Summer 2016
Neuroscience researcher at Rutgers University - Newark
Alternative approaches to reduce and end headache pain.
Rutgers program creates community for students aiming for science careers
As a breast cancer treatment, radiation therapy can be important, yet some women choose to avoid it. My article for LBBC's Insight looks at when radiation might be recommended, its use with reconstruction or metastatic disease, protecting the heart during treatment and more.
Inflammatory breast cancer diagnosis often comes as a surprise.
New approaches bring changes for health systems and medical education
More Sleep, Less Medicine: Sleep Disorders Center B...
Rates of BRCA genetic mutations twice as high in young black women as in non-Hispanic white women.
A rash causes delay in a young woman's breast cancer diagnosis.