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Medical Student Finds Passion for Patient Advocacy After Accident

Medical Student Finds Passion for Patient Advocacy After Accident

When Jeff Mahlum suffered a spinal cord injury during a diving accident in 2011 that left him paralyzed from the chest down, he had the unfortunate opportunity to learn how confusing and daunting the health care system can be. Mahlum decided the...
9/30/2014 | Medical Student Finds Passion for Patient Advocacy After Accident

In Memoriam: Ray D. Owen's Legacy Looms Large in Transplantation

In Memoriam: Ray D. Owen

The Guernsey calves were twins, but they had different fathers - the proper Guernsey and a Hereford that had jumped the fence. That much Ray Owen understood. He’d grown up on a Wisconsin dairy farm. He knew that an amorous cow could attract mor...
9/29/2014 | In Memoriam: Ray D. Owen's Legacy Looms Large in Transplantation

New Finding: Maintenance Drugs Not Needed for Follicular Lymphoma

New Finding: Maintenance Drugs Not Needed for Follicular Lymphoma

Madison, Wisconsin - A national study headed by a UW lymphoma expert may save patients with follicular lymphoma from taking years of unnecessary drugs.           The study, led by Dr. Brad Kahl, ...
9/29/2014 | New Finding: Maintenance Drugs Not Needed for Follicular Lymphoma

Dr. Anna Huttenlocher Wins Community Impact Award

Dr. Anna Huttenlocher Wins Community Impact Award

Madison, Wisconsin - An American Family Children’s Hospital pediatric rheumatologist will be honored with a prestigious community leadership award next month.The Arthritis Foundation of Dane County will award the Foundation’s Community Im...
9/24/2014 | Dr. Anna Huttenlocher Wins Community Impact Award

What's New With the Flu?

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Madison, Wisconsin - New flu vaccine recommendations for children might be a relief for both parents and kids who dread being poked by needles.     The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this year is recommending that...
9/23/2014 | What's New With the Flu?

"Saving Sight" Symposium Adds Diabetic Eye Problems to Agenda

"Saving Sight" Symposium Adds Diabetic Eye Problems to Agenda

Madison, Wisconsin - Did you know that one-third of all Americans will suffer from a vision-impairing eye disease by age 65? Nearly nine decades of dedicated research and patient care have put the department of ophthalmology at UW-Madison at the...
9/17/2014 | "Saving Sight" Symposium Adds Diabetic Eye Problems to Agenda

 

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