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This Week on Sound Medicine — Celebrating 10 Years of Broadcasting

This weekend, April 3 and 4, host Barbara Lewis and guests will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Sound Medicine.

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 30, 2010

Broxmeyer to Lead American Society of Hematology

Indiana University Distinguished Professor Hal E. Broxmeyer, Ph.D., a leading researcher in blood-related diseases, is the 2010 president of the American Society of Hematology.

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 30, 2010

Regenstrief Institute to Help Improve Disability Determination through Health Information Technology

The Regenstrief Institute has been awarded a Recovery Act contract to help the U.S. Social Security Administration and Indiana healthcare providers shorten and improve the ...

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 29, 2010

Tower Crane Operator Loves Her Work High Atop Glick Construction Site

Kelli Seybold has the top job at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute construction site – she’s the operator of the 150-foot tall tower ...

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 26, 2010

This Week on Sound Medicine — March 28

This weekend, March 27 and 28, Sound Medicine host Barbara Lewis and guests will discuss health care reform, female athletes and exercise.

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 24, 2010

IU Researchers Target Vascular Disease Linked to Cancer-Causing Gene Mutation

Researchers have discovered how a genetic disease known mainly for its life-threatening tumors also can cause sudden death from cardiovascular disease in children, and are ...

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 23, 2010

Numerous Factors Weighed When Patients Cannot Make Their Own Decisions

Living wills and surrogate decision makers account for only a portion of the many factors weighed by physicians when making medical decisions for hospitalized patients ...

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 22, 2010

Modified Home Video Game Shows Promise for Improving Hand Function in Teens with Cerebral Palsy

Engineers at Rutgers University have modified a popular home video game system to help teenagers with cerebral palsy improve their hand functions. In a pilot ...

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 19, 2010

Medicare Patients 5.5 Times More Likely to Get Cataract Surgery Than VA Patients, Study Finds

Patients seen at private facilities reimbursed by Medicare were more than 550 percent more likely to have routine cataract surgery than those who received their ...

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 18, 2010