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Ahead of the curve: Offering relief from scoliosis pain

The spine plays a major role in our human structure, keeping us upright and connecting parts of our skeleton. If there are problems with your spine, it can be very painful and may need … [Read More...]

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Precision medicine collaboration a promising opportunity for advancing cancer research

The announcement of an agreement to accelerate cancer-treatment research between Baylor Research Institute (BRI) at Dallas and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) is … [Read More...]

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Swim Across America: Swimming to fight cancer

A few years ago, I heard about an event called Swim Across America that was being put on locally to raise money for cancer research and treatment. I saw videos of people–and a … [Read More...]


Interns with special needs land jobs, thanks to Project SEARCH program

It’s graduation time, which means millions of high school graduates will begin looking for employment out in the real world. But for a handful of students with special needs, they don’t … [Read More...]

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Following heart transplant, teacher video chats her students

"We missed you Ms. Tucker!" The surprise greeting startled Christina Tucker as she walked into the room. "What are all you guys doing here?" she asked. On a television screen … [Read More...]

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Trauma survivors reunite with caretakers who saved their lives

"We cannot plan for the unexpected. We cannot control the outcome. Everything we tell ourselves matters. With hard work, perseverance, patience and over time, the little things and baby … [Read More...]