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Karmanos Cancer Institute is teaming up with WSU as part of a national study focused on cancer treatments based on genetic markers in tumors.
How to maintain a conversation, how to talk on the phone and how to handle bullying are just some of the skills EMU’s PEERS program will offer high functioning, verbal autistic teenagers.
Nearly 300,000 people die each year because they suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital — but knowing CPR could change those numbers.
“I’ve noticed that I have more energy when I’m fasting and I’ve noticed that my weight has stabilized…”
The goal is for people to be more informed about screenings for the five most common cancers — breast, colorectal, prostate, cervical and ovarian.
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- Overlooked Health Issue Affecting 21 Million Women Is Focus Of WSU Study WWJ Newsradio 950–05/08/2015
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- Doctor: Dietary Supplements May Actually Increase Risk Of Cancer WWJ Newsradio 950–04/20/2015