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AbstractFeatures this week include: Findings show no criminal misappropriation of funds; CDC official to discuss challenges in health care; Brain mapping is topic of Deans' Symposia; Options wide open for nurses; Ms. Holman receives state award; Three medical technology students receive scholarships; Personality correlates with missing gene; Vaccine against human papilloma virus being tested; MCG summer jobs available for students; Library classes scheduled; Dental health fair scheduled Feb. 13; Hinman society donates $30,000 to MCG; Tips help improve interviewing skills; MCG studies link of calcium to heart disease; Music is a family affair for the Riveras; Classes help protect against rape; Summer programs target high school and college students; Dr. Loring edits dictionary; Dentists say good oral health starts in infancy.
CitationThe Beeper, 1999, Vol. 9, No. 3
AffiliationDivision of Institutional Relations
Series/Report no.1999: Vol. 9
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