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2018 Orientation to OSCE, Step 2 CS

Everything I need to know about OSCE and Step 2 CS Exams:
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2018 Orientation to OSCE, Step 2 CS

Everything I need to know about OSCE and Step 2 CS Exams:
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The Match, ERAS/Residency Applications, and Transitions

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Freshman Pinning Ceremony 2017

John G. Clarkson Freshman Pinning Ceremony
Now in its 18th year, this ceremony has become a treasured tradition, emphasizing the humanism of medicine.

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MS4 Orientation – Requirements and Guidelines

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MATCH 2018

The Match Ceremony is one of the most exciting…

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Medical Education News

Sylvester's sarcoma team, including, from right, Jonathan Trent, M.D., Ph.D., patient Ron Agypt, and Breelyn Wilky, M.D.

Sylvester Named GIST Center of Excellence by The Life Raft Group

Sarcoma specialist Jonathan Trent, M.D., Ph.D., and his team, including Breelyn Wilky, M.D., received the first GIST Center of Excellence award on behalf of Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center from The Life Raft Group on July 14 during Life Fest 2018, a weekend conference for patients, caregivers and medical experts.

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Can Cities Keep Their Cool?

Laurence S. Kalkstein, Ph.D., a bioclimatologist and voluntary faculty member with the Miller School of Medicine’s Department of Public Health Sciences, has spent the past 30 years studying the impact of weather on human health. He’s the director of the Synoptic Climatology Laboratory, whose research explores a vast array of meteorologic and environmental factors on plants, animals, people and disease.

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Researchers compared disparities in cancer risk and mortality among diverse populations in New York with those found in Florida in earlier studies.

Distinct Racial and Ethnic Differences in Cancer Mortality Revealed in Published Study

Expanding on previous work highlighting disparities in cancer risk and mortality among diverse populations in Florida, a research team from Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center analyzed almost 250,000 people who died from cancer between 2008 and 2014 in another state with a diverse population: New York. Results of this new study were published on July 19 in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.

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