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Biomedical implants, such as breast implants and pacemakers, may be rejected as foreign bodies. Suppressing production of an immune protein could reduce this risk.
An unusually high number of 2013 graduates remain as faculty at the College of Medicine – Tucson, where they find joy in helping to shape the next generation of physicians.
Daniel Butler, MD, helped define a new specialty in medicine — geriatric dermatology — and has returned to his hometown to launch a research program devoted to aging skin.
To increase the chances of receiving proper care, people with symptoms of pneumonia should ask to be tested for Valley fever.


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