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Patient's Survives Stage III Melanoma Thanks to UC Cancer Team
05/26/15: When a lump appeared on David Witt's neck in February 2013, he didn’t think it had anything to do with years of golfing, running and biking in the sunshine.

Concert With the Guess Who to Benefit Pancreatic Cancer Research
The Rock Out Cancer Concert featuring the Guess Who benefiting the UC Cancer Institute and GIVEHOPE will be held at 6:30 p.m. June 20, 2015, at the Horseshoe Casino.

Nursing Simulation Lab Gets Boost from UC Medical Center
The UC College of Nursing’s simulation laboratories in Procter Hall and at UC East in Clermont County will benefit from a donation of equipment from UC Medical Center.

Student Awards for the College of Medicine Class of 2015
During the Honors Day graduation ceremony Saturday, May 23, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine recognized students from the senior class for their contributions.

College of Medicine Celebrates Class of 2015 at Honors Day
Brandishing freshly minted medical degrees, graduates of the College of Medicine are on the cusp of a bright and promising future.

Drake Medals Awarded to Two College of Medicine Faculty
The UC College of Medicine on Saturday, May 23, presented two current faculty members with the college’s highest honor, the Daniel Drake Medal.

Graduate Believes Language Shouldn’t Be a Barrier to Health Care
Alex Cortez, 26, finds it pretty exciting to see his progression from medical student to resident.

Finding Balance and Building Community Pays off for UC Graduate
Leslie Applegate, 26, knew she had an interest in pediatrics when she considered UC for her medical degree. Cincinnati was larger and livelier than her hometown of Lexington.

Gross Anatomy, Classmates and Mentors Are All Part of Graduate's Memories
For Jenna Slaughter, the path to UC was encouraged by Charles Collins, MD, professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience.

Not Good at Quitting, Graduate Takes Non-Linear Path to Success
Andrew Warner, a Green Beret, was a world away serving the United States military in Iraq and Afghanistan when he encountered word of UC.

Graduates Cherish UC While Looking Forward to Careers in Medicine
Four students in the Class of 2015 in the College of Medicine shared their memories, experiences and thoughts about UC on the eve of Honors Day, their official graduation.

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