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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 Health System names new chiefs of adult critical care

UNM Health System names new chiefs of adult critical care

September 07, 2016
Michelle Harkins, MD, a professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, will represent medical critical care, while Jon Marinaro, MD, an associate professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, will represent surgical critical care in the newly created UNM Center for Adult Critical Care.
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UNM medical students 'immersed' in rural medicine training

UNM medical students 'immersed' in rural medicine training

By Luke Frank | July 21, 2016
More than 100 first-year University of New Mexico medical students are spending part of the summer in rural and underserved communities across New Mexico as part of a program that provides hands-on clinical training and could help address the state's physician shortages.
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UNM Family Medicine Interest Group Wins National Award

UNM Family Medicine Interest Group Wins National Award

By Cindy Foster | July 19, 2016
A University of New Mexico student and faculty interest group is being honored for helping first-year medical students prepare for the hands-on clinical training they receive as part of UNM’s internationally recognized medical school curriculum.
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