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U-M Food Allergy Center to Be Named After National Food Allergy Advocate Mary H. Weiser

The U-M Food Allergy Center will now be named the Mary H. Weiser Food Allergy Center and the Weiser family is also making significant financial commitments to the U-M Food Allergy Center.

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Vascular Surgeries Enable Patient to Eat and Walk Normally Again

Every time she ate, Carol Werkman felt terrible abdominal pain. And whenever she walked more than a few hundred feet, her legs would begin to hurt. Vascular surgeon Bernadette Aulivola, MD, successfully treated both problems, which were caused by poor circulation.

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Leah’s Legacy: Children’s Book “Wings of Courage” Tribute to 5-Year-Old Livonia Girl Who Fought Cancer

Nearly 10 years after the Livonia preschooler Leah James lost her battle to an inoperable brain tumor, she has inspired a children’s book designed to help other families like hers cope with a cancer diagnosis.

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Hubble Video Shows Shock Collision Inside Black Hole Jet

Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope have discovered for the first time a rear-end collision between two high-speed knots of ejected matter from a supermassive black hole. This discovery was made while piecing together a time-lapse movie of a plasma jet blasted from a supermassive black hole inside galaxy 3C 264, located 260 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Leo.

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Study Identifies Ebola Virus’s Achilles’ Heel

A team including scientists from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases has identified the molecular “lock” that the deadly Ebola virus must pick to gain entry to cells. The findings, made in mice, suggest that drugs blocking entry to this lock could protect against Ebola infection.

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Plan to Create a Major Destination Academic Medical Center in Northwest Ohio

One of Ohio’s largest health systems, ProMedica, is pursuing a significant, long-term plan to make its region a preferred destination for medical education and training, and as a place to live and practice.

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Humbling Graduation Advice Every New Doctor Needs to Hear (From TV's Most Famous Physician)

In 1979, Alan Alda, who played Captain “Hawkeye” Pierce on the TV show, “M*A*S*H,” gave the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons commencement speech. Listen to his important advice for new doctors—and all graduates.