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New Treatment May Help Those with Rare Immune Cancers

New Treatment May Help Those with Rare Immune Cancers

By Michele Sequeira | September 13, 2016
Mastocytosis is a rare, sometimes deadly, immune disorder that most people have never heard of. It is a shapeshifter. With the indolent form of the disease, some people have mild symptoms and lead normal lives, while others may develop flushing, diarrhea and life-threatening anaphylactic shock. In advanced mastocytosis, sufferers develop mast cell leukemia, and most die within six months.
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UNM joins national Hepatitis C study

UNM joins national Hepatitis C study

By Luke Frank | January 05, 2016
”UNM was selected because we have the clinical research infrastructure and support, and we’re committed to understanding and improving health disparities in New Mexico,” says Kimberly Page. “HCV is impacting our population, and we are determined to address this health challenge.”
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Dr. David Sklar Named UNM Distinguished Professor

Dr. David Sklar Named UNM Distinguished Professor

August 30, 2011
Honor Represents Highest Faculty Rank

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – UNM Health Sciences Center Professor David Sklar, M.D., an emergency medicine physician, educator, researcher and scholar for more than 30 years at the university, was recognized as a UNM Distinguished Professor this month by Dr. Paul Roth, UNM chancellor for Health Sciences.

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