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Joaquín Espinosa, PhD, director of the Linda Crnic Institute for Down Syndrome. Photo courtesy of the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.

 

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AIDS Clinical Trial Unit Saving Lives

Colorado AIDS Clinical Trials Unit is celebrating 25 years of major contributions in revolutionizing HIV/AIDS treatment.  

 

 






 

Coffee Linked to Heart Health ​

Investigators from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus say that drinking coffee is linked with reduced risks for heart failure, stroke and coronary disease.  


 


 

Crnic Center Makes a 'Game-Changing Discovery'

Researchers from the University of Colorado School of Medicine are conducting breakthrough research indicating that Down syndrome could be considered a disorder of the immune system.  

 

 









 

Tell Me More

Members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society took part in a project to learn more about their patients' lives than just their diagnosis and symptoms.


 


 

Student Voice - Witnessing Pain​​

“This is something you’ll never see in the States,” the doctor said to me, “An advanced case of tuberculosis.” 

 

 


 

CU Faculty Train Guatemalan Nurses

The Trifinio Center improves health in one of the country’s most impoverished regions, where the neonatal and maternal mortality rates are among the highest in the region.  

 

 


 

Faculty Matters - The Why and What of Sex and Cancer

CU researchers initiated a study to unearth some answers that could help female cancer patients—and their partners—rediscover and sustain intimacy.  

 

 


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