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  • Delaney Quoted in Vox Story on Protecting Children through Safe Firearm Storage
    April 26, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (April 26, 2023) Associate Professor of Pediatrics Thomas Delaney, Ph.D., believes health care professionals can play a critical role in promoting safe firearm storage, according to “Their guidance can be a powerful tool for increasing safe storage and, downstream, helping prevent suicide deaths, homicide deaths, and theft or improper accessing of firearms,” he said.
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  • World Today News Highlights Cushman Study on COVID-19 Vaxx and Blood Clot Risk
    April 25, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (APRIL 25, 2023) Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc., professor of medicine and of pathology & laboratory medicine, is a co-author of a study on COVID-19 vaccines and their alleged risk of causing blood clots that was highlighted in World Today News.
    Read full story at World Today News
  • Pre-Med Students Practice Skills, Gain Confidence, at Pathway to Pediatrics Event
    April 20, 2023 by Janet Essman Franz
    Undergraduate students from groups under-represented in medicine often overlook pediatric medicine as a career choice. Larner medical students hosted an event to increase pediatrician diversity and support undergrads who feel apprehensive about medical school.
  • Ravichandran ’25 Wins New Nonbinary Division of Boston Marathon, NBC5 Reports
    April 20, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (APRIL 20, 2023) Kae Ravichandran ’25 won the newly created nonbinary division at the 2023 Boston Marathon on April 17 with a time of 2 hours and 38 minutes, NBC5 and numerous other media outlets reported.
    Read full story at Seven Days
  • UVM Researchers Explore Impact of Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines
    April 20, 2023 by Division of Surgical Research
    In 2009, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force raised the age for women to begin routine breast cancer screening to 50 from 40. The task force also found insufficient evidence to recommend for or against screening for women 75 and older. Now, 14 years later, researchers at the Larner College of Medicine at The University of Vermont have discovered some unintended − and unwelcome − consequences from those loosened guidelines: A decline in mammography screening rates for every age group of women, including those aged 50-74 who are at the highest risk of developing breast cancer.
    Read full story at Burlington Free Press


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