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Marjean

A life lived fully, joyfully

Whether she was teaching students, making anatomical models at midnight, enjoying time with family and friends or handing out hugs, Marjean Tryon Reed left a legacy of how to live.

Spring 2012, The Pulse
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Building a record of research success

Building a record of research success

Six years ago, the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery launched a strategic plan to foster research. That effort is now reaping rewards and generating new knowledge.

Spring 2012, The Pulse
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Physician supply in the United States

For a nation that lavishes spending on health care, you’d think the U.S. would be awash with physicians who see their patients on a frequent basis. Not so.

Featured, Spring 2012, View Point
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Sara-Sutton

A powerful force behind muscle energy

Sara “Sally” Sutton, D.O.’53, has treated thousands of patients and taught hundreds of osteopathic medical students in her career, but she also played a historic role in promoting and perpetuating the art of touch.

Featured, Spring 2012
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A new era of alumni leadership begins

The new DMU Alumni Association Board of Directors reflects health care’s ideal of interprofessional interactions and cross-disciplinary collaboration.

Alumni News, Spring 2012
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Alumni mentors make a major difference

From reminding first-year students why they went into medicine to providing shadowing opportunities, professional advice and personal encouragement, alumni mentors show students “the light at the end of the tunnel.”

Alumni News, Spring 2012
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Jeff Nichols embraces his wife, Madonna, a breast cancer survivor.

Climbing a mountain to combat cancer

They conquered cancer, endured chemotherapy and bravely climbed back to health. In January, these courageous souls conquered a different kind of mountain.

Alumni News, Featured, Spring 2012
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Army captain/alumna named Iowa PA of the Year

Barbara Krugler, PA-C’01, was not a typical military type when she enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2008. Two years later, she was taking care of soldiers in “full battle rattle” at a remote base in Afghanistan.

Alumni News, Spring 2012
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