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UW Health Media Mentions: June 30, 2017

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UW-Madison advisory board aids cancer treatment statewide

University of Wisconsin
In a darkened room in a campus research tower, about a dozen oncologists, pathologists, pharmacists and geneticists from UW Health discussed images and data on dangerous tumors afflicting patients from across Wisconsin.


UW-Madison advisory board aids cancer treatment statewide

University of Wisconsin
In a darkened room in a campus research tower, about a dozen oncologists, pathologists, pharmacists and geneticists from UW Health discussed images and data on dangerous tumors afflicting patients from across Wisconsin.

SPECIAL REPORT | Forensic Pathologist Shortage

WSAW 7
Stier is an associate professor of forensic pathology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

Medical students join program to get more physicians into rural Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin
In the rural medicine program, students complete their first 18 months of medical school in Madison at the School of Medicine and Public Health

Deerfield family makes bone marrow donor plea

HNG News
“It would have taken too long,” said Rachel Bultman, Randy’s 20-year-old daughter who ultimately was determined to be a half-match, which was enough for the transplant to go ahead on May 30 at UW Hospital.

‘They would be here for us’

Unified News Group

Gille is currently in treatment at UW Hospital for an eating disorder with a number of medical “complexities” that can’t be treated in-state, according to the fundraiser website.

SwedishAmerican's leader Dr. Bill Gorski retires June 30

WREX 13
Under his leadership, SwedishAmerican opened its Regional Cancer Center and merged with UW Health in 2015.

Regional and National Medical and Health News

Trump Nominates Indiana Health Commissioner as Surgeon General

New York Times
President Trump has nominated Dr. Jerome M. Adams, the health commissioner for Indiana and a strong advocate of needle exchanges to avoid the spread of disease, to be the surgeon general of the United States.

High Drug Prices Are Bad. Cutting Them Could Be Worse.

New York Times
It’s easy to be outraged by high drug prices. Yet under current circumstances, simply slashing them could make matters worse.