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Synthetic peptide could reduce vascular problems associated with COVID-ARDS

The TIP peptide has already shown promise in protecting kidneys from nephritis and preventing severe pneumonia.

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Augusta University researcher uses $2M NIH grant to explore cancer suppressor found in high-fiber diets

Muthusamy Thangaraju, PhD, an associate professor at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University and researcher at the Georgia Cancer Center, was recently awarded over $2.2 million in research grants.

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MCG Anesthesiology Externship Program helps grow profession

The program was originally designed to get medical students to fill the demand for additional anesthesia techs and personnel.

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OB/Gyn residency programs should offer more menopause training

By 2060, there will be around 90 million women in the U.S. alone who will be in the post-menopausal range.

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