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  • [17] The alliance of mental hygiene, medicine, and religion is discussed in the Emmanuel Church book, _Religion and Medicine; the Moral Control of Nervous Disorders_; also in its bulletins, _Religion and Medicine_.

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  • OHSU School of Medicine professor of family medicine, and of public health and preventive Medicine; and associate director of

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  • University of C.ncinnati is one of roughly 50 doctors from across the country chosen to participate in a health care reform meeting Monday in Washington, D.C. Embi, an associate professor of medicine and informatics director at the UC.C.llege of Medicine, and the other physicians from around the country were to meet with President Barack Obama in the White House Rose Garden.

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  • The Gairdner Foundation International Award, "traditionally considered a precursor to winning the Nobel Prize in Medicine", is going to three men: Shinya Yamanaka, Richard Losick, and Kazutoshi Mori.

    Nubia Munoz wins Canada Gairdner Global Health Award

  • This Nobel Prize in Medicine is the last one of this century.

    Günter Blobel - Banquet Speech

  • Nobel Laureate in Medicine is awarded his prize, i.a., for his discovery in connection with the very same vitamin which had been made the subject of investigation by Haworth.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1937 - Presentation Speech

  • Among the great names that adorn the roll of Nobel prize-winners in Medicine is that of Otto Meyerhof, my admired teacher and friend, to whose inspiration, guidance and encouragement I owe so very much.

    Severo Ochoa - Banquet Speech

  • He graduated in Medicine from the University of Toronto; did Post Graduate work in London, England; and then was a Member of the Staff of the Institute of Human Relations at Yale University.

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  • In severe cases, misuse of it can cause liver failure, said Laura Shone, M … assessed through the Rapid Estimate of Adult Literacy in Medicine

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  • Shone and colleagues tested 266 young people between the ages of 16-23 on health literacy using the Rapid Estimate of Adult Literacy in Medicine survey for those age 18 and older and REALM-Teen for those younger than 18.

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