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Finding the cause of a devastating polio-like illness

Finding the cause of a devastating polio-like illness

For some researchers who spend their days tucked away in a lab, the impact of their work may at times seem removed from the lives of real people. Not so for Dr...
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Gov. Hickenlooper joins with CU health leaders to take steps to curb youth vaping

Gov. Hickenlooper joins with CU health leaders to take steps to curb youth vaping

Gov. John Hickenlooper joined leading health organizations, including the University of Colorado Cancer Center and Children’s Hospital Colorado, in calling for...
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Antioxidant supplement helps cystic fibrosis patients, study finds

Antioxidant supplement helps cystic fibrosis patients, study finds

Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) and the University of Colorado School of Medicine have found that taking a specially...
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Type 2 diabetes diagnosis in youth leads to increased complications

Type 2 diabetes diagnosis in youth leads to increased complications

A new report published this month in the Journal of the American Medical Association points to a significantly higher burden of diabetes-related complications...
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Collaboration brings new lodging facility to Guatemala clinic

Collaboration brings new lodging facility to Guatemala clinic

In July, several leaders from Children’s Hospital Colorado, the University of Colorado School of Medicine, theSkaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical...
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U.S. and Cuban pediatricians meeting for first time in over 50 years
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U.S. and Cuban pediatricians meeting for first time in over 50 years

Dr. Stephen Berman of Children’s Hospital Colorado and the Colorado School of Public Health to spearhead effort
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Future of health care hot topic at Aspen Ideas Festival

Future of health care hot topic at Aspen Ideas Festival

Advances in translational medicine and research. Top-quality clinical care and patient outcomes. Development of talent. All of these unite at academic medical...
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Grant Creates Program to Improve Health Care in underserved Areas: $3.3M grant creates ECHO Colorado program to improve health care and public health in underserved areas

The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus will partner with several health care and public health organizations across the state to develop ECHO (...
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Enterotrack commercializing device for non-invasive inflammation monitoring

EnteroTrack LLC and the University of Colorado (CU) have executed an exclusive license agreement that will allow the company to develop and market a novel...
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Philanthropy at Work: Jones and Federico

M. Douglas Jones Jr., M.D, his daughter Monica Federico, M.D., and son-in-law Steven Federico, M.D., decided to give $20,000 for a current-use diversity...
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In State of Campus address, Marks envisions ‘elite tier’ status

Lilly Marks, CU's vice president for health affairs and executive vice chancellor for the Anschutz Medical Campus, chats with Frederick Grover, M.D., left, as...
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New medical center in Guatemala marks CU’s first permanent presence in foreign country

The Center for Human Development, a multifaceted medical facility developed by the Colorado School of Public Health and Children’s Hospital Colorado to serve...
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Fetal surgery, integrated care bring hope to families

The Colorado Institute for Maternal and Fetal Health at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus provides an advanced, integrated approach to treating moms and babies...
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CU team finds likely culprit behind liver problems linked to intravenous feeding

Researchers know that feeding some patients intravenously can save their lives – but also can cause liver damage. Now scientists at the University of Colorado...
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James Shore, CU Denver chancellor emeritus and professor, remembered

Dr. Shore helped move and expand CU’s health sciences campus, fought for improved mental health services for American Indians and other native groups and even...
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Regents approve 10-year master plan for Anschutz Medical Campus

Leadership says population growth of 30 percent can be addressed with a 20 percent increase in space, primarily needed for research labs and offices.
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Campus ready to twist, rock and munch at first block party Friday

You may have seen the fliers. Heard talk. Received an e-mail. Felt the excitement build. Now, the wait is almost over. The first-ever Anschutz Block Party...
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Run gives hope to those coping with rare lung disease

Coloradans with pulmonary hypertension, or PH, have found hope and support in the Fourth Annual Colorado Pulmonary Hypertension 5K Run for PHun, which returns...
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Design plans, environmental evaluation move forward on I-225 light rail

A new alignment of the Interstate 225 light rail line along Fitzsimons Parkway drew concern from some residents about potential effects to parking and nearby...
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First block party on campus set for Sept. 20

The CU Anschutz Medical Campus seems to have it all. The campus includes the University of Colorado’s professional health schools, University of Colorado...
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Less cancer, more birthdays

What if you could prevent even one family from hearing the words “you have cancer”? What if you could help save lives from cancer and give people more of their...
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March for Babies marks 75 years

A large group of walkers representing the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus team joined in the March for Babies festivities at City Park on April...
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Pinwheel garden promotes prevention of child abuse

This pinwheel garden is planted on the southwest lawn of Building 500 on the Anschutz Medical Campus. They’re popping up in front yards, at community events...

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