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Center for Infectious Disease Research to Join Seattle Children’s Research Institute

Combined scientific team will form largest pediatric infectious disease research program in the U.S.

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Red Cross reports emergency blood shortage following July 4 holiday week

The American Red Cross issued an urgent call today for eligible individuals of all blood types to give now and help save patient lives following a difficult Fourth of July week for blood donations. Type O in particular is critically needed right now to replenish the blood supply. Fewer blood donors and fewer blood drives during the Independence Day holiday…

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Introducing Seaux Swim: Luxury Swimwear for Women of ALL Sizes

Seaux Swim is excited to announce the launch of their luxury swimwear company which caters to women of all sizes. Created in an effort to provide fashion-forward swimwear for women across the world, Seaux (pronounced ‘so’) Swim provides unique, custom designed pieces made to make all women feel comfortable and confident in a swimsuit. “This company was born out of…

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St. George’s University 2018 Graduates Move on to Quell America’s Doctor Shortage

Last weekend, St. George’s University School of Medicinecelebrated its 2018 commencement ceremony at Lincoln Center in New York City. This year’s graduating class hails from 44 states, six Canadian provinces, and 51 countries worldwide. They join a network of more than 16,000 physicians who have earned their Doctor of Medicine degrees from SGU, which opened in 1977. “On behalf of…

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