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Arrival of New ED Drugs Helps Ease Doctor-Patient Conversation

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“Men are much more open about talking about erectile dysfunction than they were 15 years ago, 10 years ago,” said Robert W. Wake, MD, professor and chairman of the Department of Urology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and residency program director.


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From saving infants to killing mosquitoes, Madlock has touched lives

The Commercial Appeal

Dr. Ramasubbareddy Dhanireddy, professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, lauds Yvonne Madlock upon her retirement from the Shelby County Health Department.


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Christie Medical move will also bring new jobs to Memphis

The Memphis Business Journal

Five years after Christie Medical Holdings moved into the Memphis market, the company has seen sales of its VeinViewer product increase by 40 percent in the U.S. The VeinViewer was invented by Herb Zeman, a scientist at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. It was developed and packaged by Luminetx, which was founded in… Read More


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UTHSC Gets Independent University Accreditation

The Daily News

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges board of trustees has approved the accreditation of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center as a separate university, according to an announcement from the school.


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Experts, church leaders work to prevent suicide among African Americans

WREG

The conference is at the University of Tennessee Student Alumni Center on Madison.


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Patient Health vs. Public Health

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Physicians can best strike the correct balance by practicing true evidence-based medicine and adequately considering potential harms as well as benefits to individual patients. – James E. Bailey, MD, MPH, FACP, professor, medicine and preventive medicine and director, Center for Health System Improvement at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis


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Memphis GEMS shine at annual tea party

High Ground

The Shelby County Relative Caregiver Program at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) recently hosted a tea party for girls in its mentoring group. The Relative Caregiver Program at University of Tennessee Health Science Center helps children who are being cared for by relatives when their parents are unable to do so.


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Conference explores potential for black churches to prevent suicides

The Commercial Appeal

Interview with Dr. Battle