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HEALTH LINE: Targeted Exercise Benefits Parkinson's Patients
08/20/14: Can exercise help people with Parkinson’s disease? Nurse practitioner Maureen Gartner, MSN, answers with an emphatic "Yes!"

Steam Shutdown at Cardiovascular Research Center Wednesday, Aug. 20
There will be a steam shutdown at the Cardiovascular Research Center from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20, Maintenance & Operations reports.

Clinical Trial Looks at Anti-Malarial Drug to Help Treat Cancer
A clinical trial is attempting to determine if certain doses of an anti-malarial drug used in combination with standard therapy for advanced cancers could be beneficial.

UC Helps Develop Standards for Safe Use of Histotripsy Therapy
UC researchers are working with the FDA to develop regulatory standards to ensure the safe and effective use of histotripsy therapy to treat patients with an enlarged prostate

50th Autologous BMT Patient Says 'Superb Team' Is Worth the Travel
After 32 years in the cake and candy business, Angie Trent of Chesapeake, Ohio, decided to enjoy the sweet rewards of retirement and sold her business.

Faculty Forum Boosts Communication, Collaboration
Where can College of Medicine faculty members go to interact with college leadership, get their questions answered and have their concerns heard? The Faculty Forum meetings.

Focus on Students with Eleanor Powell
Eleanor Powell, 24, is a third-year graduate student in pathobiology and molecular medicine and a graduate assistant in the lab of Jason Blackard, PhD.

Kelly Epplen, PharmD, Elected Chair of ASHP Section
Kelly Epplen, PharmD, assistant professor of clinical pharmacy practice and administrative sciences at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, has been elected chair of the section of ambulatory care practitioners for the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).

HEALTH LINE: Robin Williams' Death Focuses Attention on Suicide
Each year, thousands of American adults commit suicide. But it took one suicide, that of actor/comedian Robin Williams, to focus attention on the problem for at least a day.

Disciplined, Focused and Ready for Medicine
Yasmany Cartaya’s interest in medicine started in the Marine Corps.

Lights, Camera and Time for Medicine
Stephanie Frank has turned in her producer’s chair for medicine’s white coat. The 32-year-old Lexington, Kentucky, native is among a new crop of first-year medical students.

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