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Coming together on health care

If America’s health care system were a patient, its doctor might declare “code blue.” Our health status is vulnerable at best: The United States spends more per capita on health care than other industrialized nations yet performs poorly–37th in the most recent World Health Organization ranking–in many key outcomes, such as obesity and infant mortality.

Fall 2009, Featured
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andereson

William Anderson: Never Quit

Born in the segregated South, Anderson was determined to become a doctor at a time when many African-Americans had limited access to basic health care.

Fall 2009, Featured
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FritzAnn

In the battle of the sexes, we'd all be better in this together

Preparing competent leaders in health care is going to take more than cracking the glass ceiling.

Fall 2009, Featured
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Ruralpathways

Keeping doctors down on the farm

With its Area Health Education Centers program and new rural medicine scholarship, DMU is bringing health care to underserved areas, today and for the future.

Fall 2009, Featured
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PThippo3

D.P.T. students serve rural areas

DMU seeks hard-to-get internship opportunities for P.T. students. Can you help?

Fall 2009, Featured
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