By introducing medical students from underrepresented backgrounds to research early, the program hopes to bring more diversity to research-oriented medicine.
Joseph Frank cautioned that while “we have learned a great deal about the risks of opioid medications in recent years, [we] still have a long way to go.”
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“Having naloxone in the hands of either friends or family members or patients who are using prescription opioids appropriately is the next frontier,” said Joshua Blum.
Mealer and Mark Moss, a pulmonary critical care physician, launched a pilot program in Colorado in 2012 to teach resiliency to nurses with burnout or PTSD to help them manage stress.
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“We went into this with the hypothesis we were going to see very large differences,” said Stacy Fischer, a physician who specializes in geriatrics at the CU School of Medicine. “What we found was very little difference to no difference.”
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) recommends that colorectal cancer (CRC) screening begin at age 50.
“This pathway has had a lot of interest in CRC and other cancers as well. We found that genes associated with the WNT pathway appear to be more frequently altered in younger patients,” says Christopher Lieu, MD
“The main people that are at risk are people that are traveling to those areas,” said David Beckham, an infectious disease specialist with UCHealth and the CU School of Medicine.
The award is named after David A. Karnofsky, researcher and oncologist at Harvard University and then Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
There are many unknowns. Which is why researchers, like David Beckham at the CU School of Medicine, are trying to learn more: “We are essentially studying the mechanisms the virus uses to invade the fetal brain tissue and cause disease.”
Richard Johnson of CU Anschutz Medical Campus indicated that a recent heatwave took a heavy toll on workers in sugar cane fields in Central America, where more than 20,000 people died of chronic kidney disease between 2002 and 2015
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“When asked about specific concerns related to opioid medications, patients were generally aware of opioid overdose as a potential complication but did not perceive themselves to be at risk,” said lead author Joseph Frank