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Minority health disparities: an all-American problem

Minorities in the U.S. have the poorest health status in all categories, says Barbara Ross-Lee, D.O., the first African American woman to serve as a medical school dean. That has serious consequences for all Americans.

Spring 2012, The Pulse
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Body donors are the ultimate teachers

Paul Thielking was an optometrist and Wendell Mohr was a watercolor artist, but both are among the hundreds of individuals who have taught critical lessons to DMU’s clinical students.

Spring 2012, The Pulse
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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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