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AbstractFeatures this week include: Gamma Knife arrives at MCG; Augustans urged to participate in census; First Lady visits child care center; Lifestyle directly related to Type-II diabetes; Many factors can cause irregular menstruation; Hitting the job market? Think like a boy scout; Department aims to eliminate health disparities; Facial development topic of Deans' Symposium; Donated beanie babies bring lots of smiles; Mortez meeting scheduled March 3-4; Hospital administration rolls sleeves up to pitch in; Osteoporosis affects both men, women.
CitationThe Beeper, 2000, Vol. 10, No. 4
AffiliationDivision of Institutional Relations
Series/Report no.2000: Vol. 10
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