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Intensive Management Lengthens Lifespan in Type 1 Diabetes mellitus, Dr. Dagogo-Jack says

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“Across the board, individuals who had better glucose control due to intensive therapy had increased survival,” Dagogo-Jack said.


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UT: New Nashville health science center won’t hurt Memphis campus

The Commercial Appeal

“Our strategy isn’t to dilute anything that we do here in Memphis at all,’’ he said. “As a matter of fact, we see this as a wonderful opportunity to increase our complement (of new students) because now we’re in another arena where we can play.”


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Editorial: Plans for UT health science center in Nashville should concern Memphians

The Commercial Appeal

Maybe we are just paranoid, but news that the University of Tennessee plans to establish a health science center in Nashville should worry Memphians.


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Intensive Management Lengthens Lifespan in T1DM

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Samuel Dagogo-Jack, M.D., chief of the division of endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, and colleagues randomly assigned 1,441 people with type 1 diabetes mellitus to either receive intensive management of their diabetes or conventional therapy. 


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UT medical school looking at expansion

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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center says it is looking at expanding its program in Nashville. “In fact, it increases our reach and makes us stronger both in Memphis and statewide,” Ken Brown, UTHSC executive vice chancellor and chief operations officer, said.    


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UT Medical School Looking at Expansion

The Daily News

The aim is a satellite campus in Nashville in partnership with Saint Thomas Health that would be located on six acres near Saint Thomas West Hospital.


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UT says Nashville campus means more local doctors

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The university is planning to begin construction on a satellite campus adjacent to Saint Thomas West Hospital within the year, according to Ken Brown, UTHSC executive vice chancellor and chief operations officer.


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Saint Thomas Health’s Mike Schatzlein on growing partnership with UT

Medical residents aren’t new to Saint Thomas Health, but a new neighbor — a planned $40-million University of Tennessee Health Science Center site — will up the ante considerably.