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Results of a first-of-its-kind study indicate that long-term sexual partners of HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer patients are not at increased risk for HPV infection.
Energy Zones at select Phoenix locations will offer active nutrition and fitness education to middle school-aged students.
More than 375 ASU students have been accepted to medical schools over the past five years, many at the top schools in the nation.
Together with the Mayo Clinic in Arizona, the College of Nursing & Health Innovation at ASU will host the 2014 Nursing Research Conference, March 7, in Phoenix.
The ASU Center for Evolution, Medicine and Public Health will host several events to celebrate the center’s launch.
Randolph M. Nesse, one of the world’s preeminent researchers and teachers in the field of evolutionary medicine, joins the ASU faculty this semester.
ASU Health Services has launched an online patient portal for students to send and receive secure messages with their ASU Health Services health care provider and have round-the-clock access to their medical records.
ASU's College of Health Solutions announced several new health degree programs aimed at providing students interested in medicine or health care with a well-rounded foundation.
Hispanically Speaking News recently highlighted Mayo Clinic's collaboration with ASU and Mountain Park Health Center to create the Sangre por Salud Biobank, which will support studies in areas of special concern to the Latino population.
As National Breast Cancer Awareness Month draws to a close, pink ribbons and products slowly disappear from businesses. But the disease remains at the forefront for patients who live with cancer and researchers working to eliminate it.


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