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Friday, November 15, 2019
Since 2007, Dr. Srinivasan “Dr. Vijay” Vijayakumar has led the Department of Radiation Oncology with an eye toward growth and excellence. Read More
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Although the W. K. Kellogg Foundation-funded grant expired two years ago, the Health Equity and Leadership Initiative continues to benefit Mississippi's health care community. Many of those who participated in the program that encouraged African-American males' participation in health science education and service are now making their mark at UMMC. Read More
LaDonna Northington, a pediatric nurse with 42 years of experience at the bedside and in management, academia and administration, will assume the presidency of the Society of Pediatric Nurses in April.
Published on Thursday, November 14, 2019
When most people plan to go on a fishing trip during the summer, it usually involves breaking out a few of their favorite lures, grabbing a trusty pole and enjoying the serenity of a placid lake or stream. That's far from Courtney Smith's experience: The Alaska native grew up battling icy winds and treacherous conditions to work in her family's commercial fishing camp.
When family members make the often difficult decision to donate their loved one's organs, they are helping to create heroes. Their loved ones are recognized on the Wall of Heroes, a sacred place at the Medical Center for the photographs of donors of all ages.
Published on Monday, November 11, 2019
Some therapies and new drugs may put cancer patients at greater risk of heart problems. The cardio-oncology program at UMMC works with patients who enter cancer care with cardiac risk or conditions, as well as those who receive cancer therapies that may increase their risk of heart issues.
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