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CU School of Medicine student Lauren Mehner works with patients in a new clinic in Guatemala.
In this Q&A, Thurstone talks about his work on a governor's task force to implement Colorado's new law legalizing marijuana. As the director of the state's largest youth substance abuse treatment clinic, Thurstone worries about the law's effects on children.
Rather than go abroad to take care of the world's poor, CU medical students are working at an Aurora clinic that treats global refugees.
"There is no question in my mind that I have slowed the progression of my disease through exercise," says Mary Riffle, who is enrolled in a Parkinson's-specific exercise trial through the School of Medicine. Numerous CU studies show that certain exercises slow - or even reverse - effects of the disease.
A new health care clinic at a banana plantation in Guatemala and a freshly signed clinical-research partnership with Zhejiang University are just two of many School of Medicine global agreements.
Sruthi Pandipati Thomas, PhD, reframed her studies to make them meaningful to non-scientists as well as to her colleagues.
A Donor Memorial Garden will be completed this year on the Anschutz Medical Campus after years of planning and hoping by medical students grateful for the gift of body donations.
Teamwork is a necessary part of any endeavor be it rugby or medicine, says Nichole Zehnder, MD, who has done both. "Not much in our world can get done without teams."
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