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Robert E. Glasgow speaks at Healthcare: Stories of Rebellion (Photo by Mark Draper | Daily Utah Chronicle)

‘Healthcare: Stories of Rebellion’ Opens a Safe Space for Learning and Connection

By Abigail Bowe, Arts Writer November 28, 2019

What is it like to think about medicine as a student? One may picture the field as a realm of study, a set of STEM classes or late-night math homework. Another might imagine the subject in terms of political...

Dalley: Physician-Assisted Death Should Be a Legal and Viable Option for End of Life Care

Dalley: Physician-Assisted Death Should Be a Legal and Viable Option for End of Life Care

By Nathan Dalley, Opinion Writer June 6, 2019

  "A physician shall always bear in mind the obligation to respect human life.” This statement can be found in the International Code of Medical Ethics within a section that describes the duties...

Chavez: Seeking Help for Mental Health Should Be as Normal as Treating Physical Injuries

Chavez: Seeking Help for Mental Health Should Be as Normal as Treating Physical Injuries

By Paij Chavez, Opinion Writer June 5, 2019

  Just as it is not looked down upon to visit your physician for a check-up, stitches or antibiotics, seeing a mental health professional should also be considered a normal, acceptable behavior....

New Research at the U Could Improve Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

By Mary Royal February 5, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Researchers at the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) stumbled across a breakthrough that may lead to more aggressive ways of treating pancreatic cancer. WHAT YOU MISSED:...

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