The Science of Relief . . . from Cervical Cancer

The Science of Relief . . . from Cervical Cancer

Nicaraguan women have the highest cervical cancer mortality rate in Central America and the Caribbean. Public health nurse and professor Emma Mitchell is creating tailored screening, follow-up, and treatment approaches to change that narrative.

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UVA Joins National Effort to Increase Minority Representation in Cancer Clinical Trials

UVA Joins National Effort to Increase Minority Representation in Cancer Clinical Trials

UVA Cancer Center is part of a national pilot project to increase racial and ethnic diversity among cancer treatment trial volunteers.

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UVA Opens New Student Health Building, Shining Spotlight on Wellness

UVA Opens New Student Health Building, Shining Spotlight on Wellness

Located on Brandon Avenue, the building not only houses Student Health and Wellness, but several student spaces designed with wellness in mind.

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Running for Nurses, President Ryan Completes 10th Consecutive Boston Marathon

Running for Nurses, President Ryan Completes 10th Consecutive Boston Marathon

In honor of nurses, President Jim Ryan ran the Boston Marathon for the 10th consecutive time on Monday, raising more than $13,000 for nursing student scholarships.

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UVA Starts Comprehensive Program to Improve Care for Autism and Other Disabilities

UVA Starts Comprehensive Program to Improve Care for Autism and Other Disabilities

Professors Micah Mazurek and Beth Ellen Davis will lead the new program designed to improve the health and well-being of affected children, especially in rural and underserved areas.

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