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From Sepsis to Med School

From Sepsis to Med School

When Hillary Spangler was 10 years old, she was rushed to North Carolina Children's Hospital with persistent flu-like symptoms. She was released one month later -- a survivor of sepsis with a long road to recovery ahead.

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First-year students in the field

UNC School of Medicine students have a special connection to the state of North Carolina because of the public service mission of the institution. While clinical week is a traditional part of medical education everywhere, it is particularly special at UNC, giving students an opportunity to interact with the communities they may serve after they complete their education. In some cases it even takes them to their home communities. Last month's clinical week for MS1s was captured via the UNC SOM Facebook page. Please take a moment to view this visual recap of where our students went and what they had to say. And if you haven't already done so, "Like" the UNC School of Medicine on Facebook.

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High Point Regional Health Appoints New President & CEO

High Point Regional Health Appoints New President & CEO

Ernie Bovio has been named President and CEO of High Point Regional. Bovio will begin serving as CEO in May of this year.

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High Point Regional President Jeffrey S. Miller  announces his retirement

High Point Regional President Jeffrey S. Miller announces his retirement

Jeffrey S. Miller, President of High Point Regional Health, has announced his plans to retire. Miller has served as High Point Regional's president for 25 years and successfully led the organization through the merger earlier this year with UNC Health Care.

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Kathy DeClue: A Selfless Gift from a Younger Brother

Kathy DeClue: A Selfless Gift from a Younger Brother

A Randolph County woman with leukemia receives stem cells from her youngest brother in hopes of restoring her health and returning to work as a baker.

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UNC Lineberger launches 44 county study of breast cancer in black women

A new study seeking to improve scientists’ understanding of breast cancer, including why the disease’s fatality rate is higher in African-American women, is getting underway in 44 counties in North Carolina.

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