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Cascade of Care

Cascade of Care

By Michael Haederle | February 26, 2018
Routine hepatitis C screening leads to expanded treatment options.
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Road Map for Discovery

Road Map for Discovery

By Michael Haederle | February 23, 2018
Nearly 40 percent of the human genome remains largely undiscovered, a new study finds.
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Healing the Hurt

Healing the Hurt

By Michael Haederle | February 12, 2018
Teaching Health Care Providers About Effective Pain Management
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Science Olympiad Challenges Young Minds

Science Olympiad Challenges Young Minds

February 02, 2018
On Saturday, some of Albuquerque’s brightest middle and high school students will gather at Johnson Center on The University of New Mexico's campus to compete in the Central New Mexico Science Olympiad, an annual event hosted by UNM’s STEM-H Center for Outreach, Research and Education. STEM-H stands for science, technology, engineering, math, and health sciences.
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Lobos Love Pink

Lobos Love Pink

By Alex Sanchez | January 24, 2018
University of New Mexico hoops players are ditching the cherry and silver for a good cause. The men’s and women’s basketball teams will don all-pink uniforms as part of the upcoming “Lobos Love Pink” cancer awareness event.
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