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Students selected for health sciences scholarships

...School of Medicine in pursuit of a medical degree.?Edward Hurtte from Juneau. Hurtte will study at the Medical College of Wisconsin in pursuit of a medical degree.Part of BRHF's mission is to promote health sciences education and development...

http://juneauempire.com/neighbors/2015-07-12/students-selected-health-sciences-s
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Students selected for BRHF's Edelman Health Sciences Scholarships

...Hurtte, of Juneau, was selected to receive $2,500 academic scholarship. Hurtte will begin studies at the Medical College of Wisconsin and is seeking a Medical Doctor degree.Part of BRHF's mission is to promote health sciences education and...

http://juneauempire.com/art/2015-07-08/students-selected-brhfs-edelman-health-sc
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Kirchhoff, Posey to marry

...Patricia Selby. A graduate of Redmond High School and Syracuse University, he is a medical student at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The bridesmaids will be Amy Pisa, Alicea Kochis, Caroline Gruening, Jillian Kott and Kate Posey. The...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/090705/nei_20050907051.shtml
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...for drugs and alcohol. All these urges -- healthy and unhealthy -- appear to have common roots. At the Medical College of Wisconsin, for example, researchers found that the same brain pathways were activated by cocaine and sexual activity...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010301/Com_Resolutions.shtml
To keep resolutions, learn from a drug addict

...for drugs and alcohol. All these urges -- healthy and unhealthy -- appear to have common roots. At the Medical College of Wisconsin, for example, researchers found that the same brain pathways were activated by cocaine and sexual activity...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010301/Com_Resolutions.html
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Study: More U.S. women receiving inappropriate breast cancer treatment

LONDON - The proportion of women with early-stage breast cancer receiving incorrect treatment in the United States has nearly doubled in the 1990s, increasing from 12 percent in 1989 to 22 percent by 1995, a new study says. The reason is the growing popularity of lumpectomy, where doctors cut out only the cancerous part of the breast instead of removing the whole breast, and the failure of some doctors to carry out important follow-up treatments, said the study, published this week in The Lancet medical journal.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092900/Bre_Breakin.html
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