Education – Education

In Uganda, when a woman feels a lump in her breast, she often feels resigned to getting breast cancer and dying.

Between college and med school, Eliza Hutchinson spent a year in an outreach role, tending to youths who lived on Boston’s streets.

[Editors’ note: This is the last in a series of seven articles about bioethics.

All her life, Sharlay Butler has taken lessons from her mom about persistence in the face of harsh adversity.

The University of Washington School of Medicine announced plans today, March 26, to establish Spokane as the center of an effort called "Next Generation WWAMI."

It was a whirlwind of celebration and tears, most of them joyous.

When medical student Jory Wasserburger served a rotation in a Wyoming family physician’s office last year, the doctor wondered about the high number of child patients who had untreated tooth decay.

When you ask business students from around the world for their ideas to alleviate poverty, you unleash capitalism with passion.

Each year, the UW Medicine Regional Burn Center at Harborview Medical Center sees nearly 1,000 patients, 300 of whom have scald injuries.

For 23 years, T479 was the hub of the MEDEX Northwest program to educate physician assistants.


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