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SELECTED NEWS COVERAGE :: JUNE 2006

About Students

Stephen Goodridge

Goodridge

NCAA News (June 19)

Keeping His Eye on the Ball
Going into this year's NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championships, the University of Rochester's Stephen Goodridge felt good about his chances of winning the individual title. . . . Along the way to becoming Rochester's first national champion in golf, Goodridge did more than show off his talent on the links. He demonstrated his skill in the classroom as well. (Related stories by Sports Illustrated and Democrat and Chronicle.)

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Los Angeles Times (June 19)

Exercise Lifts Cancer Patients
A new study has found that women and men undergoing radiation for breast and prostate cancer felt less fatigued, had improved quality of life and missed fewer treatment sessions when they engaged in a six-week routine of moderate exercise. "To have their fatigue dissipate was really great," says Karen Mustian, assistant professor of radiation oncology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, who presented the 2005 study this month at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. (Also reported by UPI, Baltimore Sun, Medical News Today, News-Medical.net [Australia], Sun Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.], Detroit News, Haber Saglik [Turkey], InsideBayArea.com [California], South Bend Tribune [Indiana], and Fort Wayne Journal Gazette [Indiana].)

ABC News (June 8)

'Major Breakthrough': FDA Approves Cancer Vaccine

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today that it has approved Gardasil, a vaccine that prevents infection by some strains of the human papillomavirus, which can cause cervical cancer if left untreated. . . . "It will be the first vaccine licensed by the FDA that can prevent a cancer that kills a large number of women each year," said Michael Keefer, an associate professor in the infectious disease division at the University of Rochester School of Medicine in New York. "If that's not a breakthrough, I don't know what is." (Related stories reported by Wall Street Journal, Baltimore Sun, Xinhua [China], Toronto Star, Medical News Today, News-Medical.net [Australia], FoodConsumer.org, R News, WHEC-TV [NBC], 13WHAM-TV [ABC], and Democrat and Chronicle.) (Related stories citing faculty and staff members Cynthia Rand in Baltimore Sun, TIME Magazine, and others; Robert Rose in Baltimore Sun; and Marjorie Hunter in Boston Globe.)

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