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  • Research
| May 14, 2015

Grant to aid cancer treatment research

An experimental vaccine gave Carley Rutledge the chance to live a full life after Ewing's sarcoma nearly took it away when she was 15. Now 20, she's a college student...

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  • Community
| May 13, 2015

The perfect place to make a lasting impact

Since the early 1960s, the Region XI School Employees Blood Bank ensured that public school district employees had access to donated blood whenever the need arose. A foundation board made up of educators like Linda Honaker of Southlake championed the...

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  • Community
| May 12, 2015

Health Science Center to close for Memorial Day

The UNT Health Science Center will be closed Monday, May 25, for the Memorial Day holiday. All clinics staffed by UNT Health physicians also will be closed Monday in observance of the holiday. Regular clinic hours will resume on Tuesday....

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  • Education
| May 12, 2015

Hundreds who create healthier communities will receive diplomas

Irene Reyes (far right) with Alley’s House clients. Irene Reyes, MPH, is better equipped than ever to create healthier communities. She's among more than 600 UNT Health Science Center students set to receive their diplomas May 16. In her new...

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  • Patient Care
| May 11, 2015

Symposium aims to improve understanding of health information

Click flyer to enlarge Registration Closed One-third of Americans are in serious danger of misinterpreting information they need to stay healthy, according to a national study. They may be struggling to get by, or accomplished and well-educated. But they're not...

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  • Community
| May 11, 2015

UNTHSC bike team raises $48K for MS

The UNTHSC Health's Angels bicycle team recently participated in an annual rally to fight multiple sclerosis. The team has raised $48,000 this year in the fight against MS, nearing its annual donation goal of $50,000. The 150-mile BIKE MS: Round-up...

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  • Community
| May 7, 2015

Forster awarded Denham Harman Award for aging research

For more than three decades, Michael Forster, PhD, has studied ways to slow the aging process and help people live longer, healthier lives. In May, the American Aging Association will present Dr. Forster, Chair of Pharmacology & Neuroscience, with the...

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  • Community
| May 4, 2015

Workshop offers military veterans job-seeking skills

After 18 years in the U.S. Army, Ronnie Johnson discovered that a lot has changed about searching for jobs in the civilian world. First and foremost, employers usually want job seekers to apply online. "Back in my day, you went...

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  • Community
| May 4, 2015

Mayor rides with UNTHSC team to fight MS

The UNTHSC Health's Angels bicycle team hits the road this weekend in an annual rally to fight multiple sclerosis with Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price setting the pace. An avid cyclist, Price will wear the Health's Angels jersey and pedal with...

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  • Community
| May 1, 2015

Health coaching technology helps a vulnerable population

A UNT Health Science Center team has developed a technology-assisted health coaching program to help formerly homeless people, who are more likely to suffer from physical and mental health disabilities, live more independent lives. The coaching program, called m.chat, is...