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UC Offers New Online Cosmetic Program
The first in the United States to have graduate programs that emphasize cosmetic science, the UC College of Pharmacy is now offering what is believed to be the first distance-learning degree program in this specialty.

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Academic Health Center Launches New Web Site, Address
The Academic Health Center Web site recently underwent an “extreme makeover,” which included content and page restructuring, enhanced navigation, a new, fresh look, interactive features - and a new URL.
New Program Streamlines Breast Cancer Treatments
Jennifer Manders, MD, has watched many patients struggle through the emotionally and physically draining breast cancer treatment process—accepting the diagnosis of cancer, undergoing surgery, chemotherapy and radiation and then struggling with post-treatment body-image issues.
Public Invited to UC's Mini Medical College
The UC College of Medicine is once again opening its doors to give the public a taste of what it’s like to be in medical school.
Medical Student Parlayed Anthropology Major Into Public Health Study
“Surreal” is the word one first-year College of Medicine student used to describe her experience at the annual White Coat Ceremony.
Hoxworth Uses New Technology to Increase Platelet Availability
UC’s Hoxworth Blood Center has introduced technology that will dramatically extend the shelf life of lifesaving blood components and increase supplies needed for critically injured patients.
Nursing Dean Leads Review for Jordan
For the last six years, the country of Jordan has been working to improve the quality of higher education programs in accounting, business administration, computer science and law.
Study Suggests Arm Therapy 'Rewires' Brain After Stroke
A therapy known to improve arm function in stroke patients actually works by forcing the brain to "rewire" itself, say UC researchers.
Rehab Researcher 'Playing Games' With Stroke Victims
Kari Dunning, PhD, was skeptical at the thought of her stroke patients playing video games as part of their rehabilitation.
New Gel May Reduce Cervical Cancer Risk
By With more than 9,000 cases of cervical cancer diagnosed each year, some in women who are still in their teens, UC gynecological cancer expert Nader Husseinzadeh, MD, says a few things need to change.
Teens Test Surgical Skills at New CSI
Forty local high school juniors and seniors recently tried their hands at performing laparoscopic and robotic surgery at UC’s Center for Surgical Innovation.
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