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- Reading by Renowned
- Camera Pill
- Management Library
Jim Boeheim, Karol's Magic
- In the Headlines:
Peters, Moss, McCann
Poet Vijay Seshadri Will Read on Campus
Poet Vijay Seshadri, a winner of the James Laughlin Award, will give
a reading at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 7, in Lander Auditorium
in Hutchison Hall as part of the Plutzik Series.
Camera Pill Offers Less Invasive Option to Endoscopy
A new camera-in-a-pill is helping specialists at Strong Memorial Hospital
diagnose complications of liver disease without an invasive endoscope.
Library Relocates to Second Floor
The new Business & Government Information Library and Newspaper
& Microform Center is now open on the second floor of Rush Rhees
Library. Located just off the Great Hall, the remodeled space offers
business and government information research assistance as well as high-tech
equipment to view, print, and e-mail microform documents.
Syracuse University basketball coach Jim Boeheim will share his story
of prostate cancer diagnosis and survival during a Men's Health Day
event at the Medical Center.
Magician Jim Karol performs with Chris Chelko, a fellow professional
magician. Discount for faculty, staff, and students. Strong Auditorium,
these calendars for more events: Currents,
Center, and Memorial
in the News
Journal (September 19)
of Ann Richards Stirs Debate About Esophageal-Cancer Screening
Jeffrey Peters, professor of surgery and oncology, advocates for early
screening of those at high risk for esophageal cancer. "The principle
is clear—the earlier you pick up a cancer, the more likely you
are to cure it. There's very little debate about that." (Subscription
Herald (September 18)
"The passing-out spell is a warning sign," says Arthur Moss,
professor of medicine and director of the Heart Research Follow-up Program,
who is author of a new study that suggests young people between the
ages of 10 to 20 years old, particularly boys, who have had fainting
spells should be screened for a rare heart condition that can cause
cardiac arrest and sudden death.
Lab Test Tarot Predict Death?
"We will see a lot in next five to 10 years that will help us tailor
treatments to individual patients," says Robert McCann, professor
of medicine, about new research that indicates certain combinations
of common lab test results predict death in healthy people over 70.
Majoring in University Housing
"Colleges partner with private developers to build residences fit
for today's freshmen."
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