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Managing pain key to managing opioid addiction

Opioid addiction is labeled an epidemic, and Minnesota is not immune.

Cancer fighter from Cameroon

Christian Njatcha in his lab.

Graduate student Christian Njatcha came all the way from Cameroon to fight cancer.

Research Snapshot: Common cancer treatments could inadvertently contribute to recurrence

new study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine shows how chemotherapy, radiation and targeted therapy...

Researchers 3D print lifelike artificial organ models

prostate model

Organ models could improve surgical outcomes in thousands of patients worldwide.

Can healthy holiday eating actually be unhealthy?

With the holiday season around the corner, tips and tricks for healthy holiday eating are almost unavoidable...

Research Snapshot: What’s affecting HIV rates in African-born women of the Twin Cities?

In the United States, HIV diagnosis rates are six times higher in African-born immigrants than any other demographic...

‘These deaths can be prevented’

Professor Kingshuk Sinha.

A new study shows how NPOs can enable surgical care delivery in underserved communities worldwide.

Q&A: Supporting mental health treatment during and after incarceration

It’s estimated 26 percent of jail inmates suffer from mental illness or some sort of serious psychiatric distress.

New tissue-engineered blood vessel replacements closer to human trials

Blood Vessels

Discovery could help tens of thousands of kidney dialysis patients each year.

Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility’s Uganda hub exposes students to global health research

At Mulago Hospital, it’s hot outside, like a particularly humid August day back in the Midwest. 

Unfamiliarity with naloxone rules leads to low prescribing rates among MN providers

With opioid overdose deaths increasing at alarming speed, naloxone, an overdose antidote, provides some hope amidst...

Art exhibition “To Really See” opens eyes to perception of medication

For most people, the topic of medication is avoided. Paul Ranelli, Ph.D., M.S., is working to change this conversation.