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    Ricklie Julian
    Study of BA 3011 in Adult Patienets with Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
    Cancer Center Division
    Clinical Trial
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    Evan Lederman
    Subscapularis Repair in Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty: a Randomized, Controlled, Multicenter, Prospective Study
    COM Phx Orthopedics
    Clinical Trial
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    Joshua Gaither
    Professional Services and Training Agreement (0485-02-114595)
    Dept of Emergency Medicine
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Expert Insights: Disability and health care training

In The Media

  • Immunologists and virologists say that while it will still take time to determine the variant's real-world impact, our immunity from vaccines and prior infection could take a significant hit if it takes off globally. "I wouldn't say that this one's going to put us back to zero," said Deepta Bhattacharya, PhD, a professor and immunobiologist at the College of Medicine – Tucson. "But I do think that if it does spread, it's going to be a bigger problem than any of the variants we've seen before." 

  • Contemporary OB/GYN - November 30

    Although bacteria are altered in endometriosis, there is no definitive consensus on specific microbiota compositions linked to the disease, according to a review in Human Reproduction Update. “We want to encourage more robust microbiome research for endometriosis because it is an incredibly burdensome condition that warrants additional attention and research,” said senior author Melissa Herbst-Kralovetz, PhD, director of the Women’s Health Research Program and Microbiome Initiative at the College of Medicine – Phoenix.

  • Next Avenue - November 29

    Mindy Fain, MD, co-director of the University of Arizona Center on Aging, discusses the new Interprofessional End-of-Life Care Training Program that will build on the current curriculum to prepare students for having difficult conversations with patients.


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