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Traci Bratton

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It is no longer acceptable for patients to be treated for fractures and released from medical care without assessment and interventions to reduce their risk of a repeat fracture," said Kenneth Saag, MD.
“Usually it’s a cockroach that has wedged in the ear canal and can’t get out.”
Jenkins’ clinical occupational therapy career included working in the National Health Service (U.K.) within orthopedics, elderly rehabilitation, neurology and the management of severe physical disability.
Melanocytes also happen to be one of the first things to go as we get older, making it an important cell for scientists in the field of aging to study.

Rodney Tucker, M.D.

Palliative care in chronic illnesses such as heart failure and HIV • Palliative and Support Care and Hospice • Patient- and family-centered care and patient experience • Relieving suffering and quality of life for patients and offering family support

John Mason, M.D.

Ocular melanoma • Diabetic retinopathy • Macular surgery

A UAB-led program is in its fourth year of work to strengthen the path to college for more than 10,000 students in Alabama’s Black Belt Region.
UAB PRCA/PRSSA swept the annual Public Relations Council of Alabama conference with a total of 41 awards.
"One of the great barriers to addressing this problem is that sometimes people are a little embarrassed about asking to be checked for sexually transmitted infections. I think we need to get over that."
UAB Communication Studies major Carla “The Truth” Youngblood turned a devastating medical diagnosis into motivation and comedic material.
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