As they reach the midpoint of their Michigan medical education, our four students — Fasika Aberra, Lindsay Brown, Shaun Patel and Ron Romero — come closer to the clinicians they will one day be.
BY RICK KRUPINSKI
While an average of 30 patients receive transplanted organs in the U.S. every day, another 12 die waiting. U-M physicians believe that just changing allocation protocols could generate an additional 100,000 years of life per decade.
BY JEFF MORTIMER
The bill for sun obsession in our youth comes due as we get older, but it’s only one factor behind the skin cancer epidemic. The rest of the story is in our genes.
BY SALLY POBOJEWSKI
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