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09/24/2015

Sarah Hawley, Ph.D., professor of internal medicine, is featured in "Hour Detroit" discussing BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations and the subsequent odds of developing breast cancer later in life. For women who test positive for either mutation, the conventional recommendation is to have preventive surgery.

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09/10/2015

Beth Tarini, associate professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases, is launching a study to see whether the martial art of tae kwon do could be an effective therapy - or even an alternative to prescription medication - for kids with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Dr. Tarini is working with Master Dan Vigil on the “Martials Arts as ADD/ADHD Treatment Trial (aka the MAAT Trial)”

She is using the online crowdfunding site Crowdrise to raise money  for the research.

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09/09/2015

Raymond De Vries is quoted in a Dutch national newpaper, Volkskrant, regarding a recent AMC Netherlands and University of Amsterdam study comparing infant mortality in mid-wife led versus obstetrician-led care in the Netherlands. Dr. De Vries provides a positive review of the methodology and the colloborative nature of the study (which includes both midwives and obstetricians).

The Volkskrant article is in Dutch, but the study published in the journal "Midwifery" is in English.

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05/08/2015

This commentary has been signed by 159 scholars of health law, bioethics, medicine and pharmacy from U.S., Canadian, European, Australian and New Zealand institutions.

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05/08/2015

The article discusses three themes that allow for creating supportive health care systems: nudge choices, but preserve and promote clinical judgment; promote relationships and communication; and en

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