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UT Health Science Center to honor students with posthumous degree

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A student aspiring to change lives and help others died in January 2015 before receiving the chance to fulfill that dream. However, the school she attended has not forgotten her dream and will soon make it a reality. University of Tennessee Health Science Center will award Rachel Stevens a posthumous degree during the college’s spring… Read More


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Panelists say “Black on Black Crime” A Multifacted Problem

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MEMPHIS, TENN (localmemphis.com) – Of the 55 homicides so far this year, about 65% involved African American victims, according to the Memphis-Shelby County Crime Commission. This evening LeMoyne-Owen College sponsored a forum to examine the causes of black on black crime and ways to decrease it. The discussion was officially titled “Black-on-Black Crime Forum Program.”… Read More


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Medical breakthrough gives back Mirror Image of Old Faces

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Maddie Singer, director of anaplastology at UT Health Science Center, gives patients back their lives through remarkably life-like prosthetics she fashions. Here is the story of two of her patients.


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American Heart Association, Amerigroup to offer free CPR training at UTHSC

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The event kicks off Monday, October 19, at 10 a.m. at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Student Alumni Center Dining Hall at 800 Madison Avenue in Memphis.


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West Cancer Center announces 2nd annual ‘Ride to Fight On’

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The Ride to Fight On is a cycling fundraiser benefiting the West Cancer Center which is a nonprofit partnership between Methodist Healthcare, the West Clinic and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.


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New plans for old medical district eyesore

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University of Tennessee Health Science Center may have the right “remedy” for a long-vacant high-rise in the medical district.


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New plans for old medical district eyesore

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University of Tennessee Health Science Center may have the right “remedy” for a long-vacant high-rise in the medical district.


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Reporter, photographer shooting a sad reminder of workplace violence: Dr. Allen Battle quoted

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Allen Battle, a University of Tennessee Health Science Center Psychologist, believes Flanagan’s paranoia reached a boiling point.