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Last year, Boynton Health administered about 20,000 flu shots, up from 17,500 the year before. 

From elementary-aged children to experienced residents, individuals from minority and low-income families are getting an opportunity to explore careers in the healthcare industry.

Dodging Bullets confronts the lasting legacy of America’s treatment of Native American people.

Originally from Michigan, Ryan Kelly, MD came to the University of Minnesota Medical School for the Internal Medicine-Pediatric Program. Currently, Dr. Kelly is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine and an Internal Medicine Hospitalist at the Community and University Health Care Center (C.U.H.C.C.).

Hundreds came to the event to provide crucial funding for research, education, advocacy, and care at the Adoption Medicine Clinic of the University of Minnesota

UMN Medical School researcher and physician to be recognized at national event in Washington, D.C.

The follow-up study tracked down the participants in that 1944 study and asked them about their physical and mental health during and following the original study.

“It’s so easy,” Chris says. “How many times in your life do you have the opportunity to save someone’s life?”

Last week, Doctors Without Borders came to Coffman Memorial Union Theater for a panel discussion on life as a refugee and how university doctors and students can get involved. 

Greg Beilman, MD received 2 new research grants from the US Department of Defense.

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