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Students helping students

Many students choose a medical career because they want to help people. That’s also why many DMU osteopathic medicine students volunteer every summer through the University’s educational support services office to tutor students in the physician assistant program.

Fall 2010, The Pulse
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Mapping the history of medicine, one discovery at a time

Back in 1628, English physician William Harvey published what some call the most important book in the history of medicine: His epic work, De Motu Cordis (On the Motion of the Heart and Blood), was the first to describe correctly and in detail the circulation of blood in the body.

Fall 2010, The Pulse
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Healthier women = healthier everyone

In her Peace Corps work, education, research and practice, Jenell Stewart has strived to follow an uncle’s advice to “put a heartfelt effort into this life.”

Fall 2010, Global health, The Pulse
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Superheroes of song

Members of the DMU Choir and String Quartet juggle classes and tests. They excel on board exams and clinical rotations. And somehow they’re able to meld medicine and music, masterfully. Can these people fly?

Fall 2010, The Pulse
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Glanton Scholarship Fund Dinner 2010

The annual Scholarship Fund Dinner was held Oct. 14. Elizabeth Ceballos was the recipient of this year’s Glanton Scholarship.

Alumni News, Fall 2010, The Pulse
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Celebrating their 15-year reunion are, standing from left, Tamara Chance, D.O.’95, D’Laine Westmoreland, D.O.’95, Karen Rustmann, Scott Westmoreland, D.P.M.’95, and Adrian Woolley, D.O.’95, and, seated in front, Walter Rustmann, D.O.’95, and Ernie Hoffman, D.O.’95.

Alumni Reunion 2010

One of the pleasures of getting older is reconnecting with “old” friends, as many did during the third annual DMU Reunion Aug. 13-15, 2010.

Alumni News, Fall 2010
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OPTI-mizing residency opportunities

This summer DMU created the HEARTland Network, an Osteopathic Postdoctoral Training Institute (OPTI) for residency training in osteopathic specialties.

Fall 2010, The Pulse
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Good work by DMU student is good news for cancer patients

Scientists, including those at DMU, are exploring a better approach to treating non-small cell lung cancer: high doses of radiation specifically targeted at the lung tumors using stereotactic body radiation therapy, administered by a robotic system.

Fall 2010, The Pulse
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