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Primary care tops list of chosen specialties among med students during Match Day

When it came time to apply for residency programs, College of Human Medicine student Cullen Salada had a hard time deciding on a specialty. Throughout his schooling, he had enjoyed his rotations in many specialties, including pediatrics, internal medicine and surgery. He chose family medicine. READ MORE

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Enlarged prostate later in life could stem from fetal development early on

Jose Teixeira, a professor of reproductive biology in the College of Human Medicine - Grand Rapids campus, has found that embryonic tissue, key to the development of a baby’s gender, could contribute to an enlarged prostate, or BPH, in men later in life.



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