What’s Your Poison?
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Paul L. Foster School of Medicine Archive

What’s Your Poison?

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What's Your Poison?

February 22, 2012

The West Texas Regional Poison Center raises awareness and promotes poison prevention among 36 counties.

El Paso Cancer Researchers Receive $4.2 Million

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El Paso Cancer Researchers Receive $4.2 Million

January 27, 2012

Two projects at the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine will benefit from the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas funding.

Is it Your Thyroid?

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Is it Your Thyroid?

January 27, 2012

Thyroid conditions are often mistaken for other medical issues.

Joining Forces with First Lady to Serve Veterans

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Joining Forces with First Lady to Serve Veterans

January 23, 2012

The goal of the initiative is to provide veterans and military families with the health care support they deserve.

New Equipment Allows Internists to Reach Final Frontier

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New Equipment Allows Internists to Reach Final Frontier

December 20, 2011

Paul L. Foster School of Medicine gastroenterologists are the first to provide single balloon enteroscopy on the Texas/Mexico border.

Chancellor’s Council Awards Announced

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Chancellor’s Council Awards Announced

December 9, 2011

For 11 years, the council has recognized university system faculty members for outstanding teaching and research.

A Blessing in Disguise

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A Blessing in Disguise

November 23, 2011

The Paul L. Foster School of Medicine welcomes displaced students from Puerto Rico.

TTUHSC Awarded Nearly $6 Million in Research Funds

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TTUHSC Awarded Nearly $6 Million in Research Funds

November 7, 2011

CPRIT grants will help five university faculty members continue cancer research.

A Recipe for Good Health

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A Recipe for Good Health

November 3, 2011

The Paul L. Foster School of Medicine participated in National Food Day to help families in El Paso.

A Simple Way to Brighten a Day

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A Simple Way to Brighten a Day

November 1, 2011

Students’ service project provides hope to children with cancer.