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Read about our 2016 graduates and see the slide show of the celebration.
Sarah Cauley is taking part in a research study at the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis. A ballroom dancer, Sarah is helping researchers learn how exercise affects cerebral palsy.
William Elder, Jr., MD, credits the expertise and mentorship of Frank Accurso, MD, for his ability to attend medical school despite a lifelong diagnosis of cystic fibrosis.
"When I started medical school, I knew I was interested in oncology but was determined to never forget
the lessons I learned in public health."
After his son, Nate, was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq, CU Alumnus Bill Krissoff, MD, decided to enlist in the Navy Medical Corps so he could take care of Marines and "complete Nate's unfinished work."
Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks' active lifestyle took a brief detour to University of Colorado Hospital when he learned the lump in his back was a malignant tumor. “I’m back at work now, and I’m
A chef and restaurateur battled back from a deadly blood clot in his brain with the help of physicians at University of Colorado Hospital. "You have to
believe in yourself. That’s what’s most important," Jim Cohen says.
A patient with cerebral palsy, who is mastering ballroom dancing, is part of a study researching the impact of an active lifestyle on the disease.
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