Cynthia Torgerson can attest to the growth and innovation the University of Minnesota Medical School’s Lung Transplant Program has seen throughout the past two decades, because she’s lived it.

A new study, conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School, aimed to uncover the demographic characteristics and skin cancer risk behaviors of adults who use sunless tanning products in the United States.

A new study, conducted at the University of Minnesota Medical School, may help put the brakes on the ever-growing opioid epidemic.

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) are lifelong, irreversible conditions with which a child can be born that involve physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral disabilities. However, FASDs are completely preventable.

University of Minnesota researchers hope that a new nanotechnology therapy can be used to fight cancer cells.

The program is aiming to raise $10 million to support the initiative which includes the professorship of the academic study of sexuality and aging.

Monica Lupei, MD never had a doubt that she would become a physician.

Two new reports show that rural American obesity rates are climbing higher than those of their metropolitan counterparts.

New clinical trials are using cutting-edge laser technology and bioengineered viruses to kill cancer cells.

Catarina Gómez's experience has also given her a new outlook on life, and on her 10-year plan.


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