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HEALTH LINE: First Podcast by UC's Infertility Expert Michael Thomas, MD

HEALTH LINE: First Podcast by UC's Infertility Expert Michael Thomas, MDMichael Thomas, MD, division director of the UC Health Center for Reproductive Health, making podcasts on topics related to women's reproductive health.


Faculty Partner with Student Innovators for Medical Device Design

Working to solve real-life clinical problems, a group of medical faculty spent most of their academic year partnering with UC design and engineering students.


Health Sciences Library Ranked 14th Most Impressive Medical School Library

The Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library was ranked 14th among "the 25 most impressive university medical school libraries in the world."


HEALTH LINE: Pap Tests Important to Catch Cervical Cancer Early

Eric Eisenhauer, MD, a member of the UC Cancer Institute, professor at the UC College of Medicine and medical director of gynecologic oncology at UC Health, says that in the case of cervical cancer, a regular Pap test could be what stops cancer in its tracks.


Hope for Accreta Blood Drive Raises Awareness for Pregnancy Condition

The first Hope for Accreta Nationwide Blood Drive Day, scheduled for Friday, Jan. 10, will have special significance for Cincinnati schoolteacher Sarah Spite. She believes she owes her life to Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, which is a participating center.


College of Medicine Open During Jan. 7 UC Weather Closure

Though the University of Cincinnati will close for inclement weather Monday, Jan. 6, the College of Medicine (including all administrative offices, the Reading Campus, Hoxworth Blood Center and Health Services Clinic in Holmes) will remain open.


HEALTH LINE: Dangers of Buying Fertility Drugs Online

While the Internet might be a great place to buy shoes and small appliances, don't get your fertility drugs there. It's a purchase that UC Health infertility specialist Michael Thomas, MD, advises against.


College of Medicine Welcomes Class of 2017

The College of Medicine welcomed 173 first-year students into the medical field Friday, Aug. 9, during the college's 18th annual White Coat Ceremony, held at 10 a.m. at the Aronoff Center, downtown.


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