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A Tradition of Mentoring
Wise words from the past help Sung Wan Kim, Ph.D., distinguished professor at the College of Pharmacy, see the future of drug delivery, as well as train new scientists.

Better Resolution
Whether it's a sharper ultrasound image or counseling for a difficult birth, the University's OB Diagnostic Center offers team support to mothers, babies and their families.

He's No Dummy: A Photo Essay
Stan's the simulated man students and professionals turn to for help in practicing health-care procedures.

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From the Bookshelf
A leading pediatric medical genetics journal, based at the University, attracts readers with both print and virtual editions.

Research in Brief

Gift of Health
A health sciences benefactor is honored at Founders' Day, while others contribute to scholarships, a new molecular medicine and human genetics program, Huntsman Cancer Institute's melanoma clinic and University Hospital's new Serenity Room.

Opinion
New privacy and confidentiality statutes will give patients the right to control their health information, reports a U of U information security officer.

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Health Sciences Report, University of Utah, Vol. 26, No. 1
Editor: Susan Sample
Editorial Consultant: Anne Brillinger
Contributing Writers: Mary Chachas, Phil Sahm
Photographers: Brad Nelson, Steve Leitch
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