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Family House Diaries: All things work together for good

Family House Diaries: All things work together for good

After losing their jobs and life savings, husband and wife Scott and Dottie Boeving of Wingate, N.C. are now fighting for their health. Dottie suffers from a soft-bone disease which makes mobility difficult, and Scott was diagnosed in 2009 with Stage IV non-Hodgkin's mantle cell lymphoma. Despite everything being taken away from them, Scott and Dottie are a model of faith, joy, and hope.

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VIDEO: Study helps explain why black patients with lung cancer have surgery less often than whites

A new study led by UNC researchers that looks at newly diagnosed lung cancer patients is one of the first to give reasons why patients don’t go on to get lung surgery and why surgery happens less often in blacks.

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Study explores why blacks with lung cancer have surgery less often than whites

Study explores why blacks with lung cancer have surgery less often than whites

A new study led by UNC researchers that follows newly diagnosed lung cancer patients is one of the first to give reasons why patients don’t go on to get lung surgery and why surgery happens less often in blacks.

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VIDEO: A new life begins for Haitian earthquake survivor

Eriek Louis was one of three burn survivors from the Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti treated in the N.C. Jaycee Burn Center. After five months of care, he was discharged from the Burn Center last Thursday, June 3.

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Family House Diaries: It’s All About the Journey

Family House Diaries: It’s All About the Journey

Sherri Jutz of New Bern, N.C., is living with myasthenia gravis, a condition that robs her of the energy she needs to do even the simplest tasks and to enjoy leisure pastimes. But she isn't angry about this, Jutz says, and is grateful for what she has. This is her story.

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VIDEO: Family House Diaries - A teacher's struggle with myasthenia gravis

For the last decade Sherri Jutz has suffered from myasthenia gravis, an autoimmune neuromuscular disease that robs her of energy. Symptoms include a drooping eyelid, blurred vision, slurred speech, difficulty chewing, and chronic fatigue, to name a few.

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VIDEO: Bone health for men

As men and women age into their 60s, 70s, and 80s, their bodies gradually lose bone. This decrease in bone density puts both at risk for wrist, spine and hip fractures. While there are current bone density screening guidelines for women, guidelines do not exist for men. UNC School of Medicine bone researchers are working to change that.

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VIDEO: Losing, then finding her voice becomes a work of art

Margie Beth Labadie, an artist, adjunct assistant professor and coordinator of the Digital Academy at UNC-Pembroke, lost her speaking voice for several months because of a rare fungal infection but regained it after receiving treatment at the UNC Voice Center.

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VIDEO: Losing, then finding her voice becomes a work of art

Margie Beth Labadie, an artist, adjunct assistant professor and coordinator of the Digital Academy at UNC-Pembroke, lost her speaking voice for several months because of a rare fungal infection but regained it after receiving treatment at the UNC Voice Center.

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UNC School of Medicine students honor Larry Keith at 2010 Graduation

UNC School of Medicine students honor Larry Keith at 2010 Graduation

A new class of medical students became doctors on Saturday, May 8. Their graduation ceremony took place at 2 p.m. in the Dean E. Smith Center. Several hundred friends and family members were there to cheer for the 140 new doctors.

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UNC School of Medicine students honor Larry Keith at 2010 Graduation

UNC School of Medicine students honor Larry Keith at 2010 Graduation

A new class of medical students became doctors on Saturday, May 8. Their graduation ceremony took place at 2 p.m. in the Dean E. Smith Center. Several hundred friends and family members were there to cheer for the 140 new doctors.

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VIDEO - Wishing moms a happy Mother's Day

UNC Health Care would like to wish all mothers a happy Mother's Day. May your day be filled with joy and may you be surrounded by all that you love and all who love you.

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VIDEO - Wishing moms a happy Mother's Day

UNC Health Care would like to wish all mothers a happy Mother's Day. May your day be filled with joy and may you be surrounded by all that you love and all who love you.

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VIDEO - Molecular marker could help spot pancreatic cancer early

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine have identified a molecular marker of pancreatic cancer that may help spot the disease at its earliest stages, when it can be treated more successfully with surgery.

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VIDEO - On call in Vietnam

For the last 13 years Brent Senior, M.D., an ENT Surgeon at UNC Hospitals, has been participating in medical missions to Vietnam.

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VIDEO - The New Generation: Health Care in Vietnam

In 1945 Vietnam had 47 hospitals with a total of 3,000 beds, and it had just one physician for every 180,000 persons. Since the Vietnam War, health-care has come second to jump-starting the economy. Though it has vastly improved in the past few decades, the country still faces a long road ahead.

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VIDEO - Molecular marker could help spot pancreatic cancer early

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine have identified a molecular marker of pancreatic cancer that may help spot the disease at its earliest stages, when it can be treated more successfully with surgery.

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VIDEO - On call in Vietnam

For the last 13 years Brent Senior, M.D., an ENT Surgeon at UNC Hospitals, has been participating in medical missions to Vietnam.

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VIDEO - The New Generation: Health Care in Vietnam

In 1945 Vietnam had 47 hospitals with a total of 3,000 beds, and it had just one physician for every 180,000 persons. Since the Vietnam War, health-care has come second to jump-starting the economy. Though it has vastly improved in the past few decades, the country still faces a long road ahead.

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