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Morehouse School of Medicine students are set to receive a major financial boost, initiated by Michael Bloomberg and Bloomberg Philanthropies, as the former NY mayor and presidential candidate is pledging $26 million to the school. According to multiple sources, the investment will cover currently enrolled students to the tune of $100,000. “This historic investment in…

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Dr. Natalie Hernandez is determined to bring awareness to a number of public health issues in an effort to educate people in her community. Rolling out spoke with Hernandez about how her educational and life experiences have helped her become the woman she is today and how she uses those experiences to move the community forward. As…

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Morehouse Healthcare in Atlanta is a multi-specialty medical practice and one of Georgia’s premier primary care facilities. Founded in 1985, it began as Morehouse Medical Associates Inc. but later changed its name to Morehouse Healthcare. With more than 100 full-time practicing physicians who also serve on the clinical faculty at the prestigious Morehouse School of…

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Morehouse School of Medicine believes in the secret power of African healing. PROMETRA International, a global leader in African traditional medicine research, projects, and services worked with the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta conducting in-vitro viral research to determine if traditional African herbal extract treatments for Ebola were Africa’s answer to the Ebola crisis.…

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The Morehouse School of Medicine hosted “Not One Step Back: One Day Strategy Session on the Drug War, Mass Incarceration, and Public Health.” Moderator Deborah Small explains how U.S. drug policy has a global impact. She is one of only 2K Black lawyers that are Harvard graduates in its history.

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Most experts and data confirm that the American war on drugs was focused on the Black community, but its racist origins go back to the fear of Mexican immigrants. Alyssa Aguilera spoke at Not One Step Back: One Day Strategy Session on the Drug War, Mass Incarceration, and Public Health.  

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A pair of Morehouse School of Medicine neuroscientists, Drs. Roger Simon and Dawn McGuire, recently visited the medical school at Mekelle University in Ethiopia. Thier objective was to explore the possibility for research collaboration with Morehouse School of Medicine on HIV/AIDS and stroke. Remarkably, both maladies afflict a young cohort of Africans in both Ethiopia…

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The American workforce is under siege. Modern technology, wage retraction, disappearing blue collar jobs and a prolonged economic slump have all produced unemployment numbers unseen since the Carter Administration. In some circles, an advanced degree, such as an MBA, Ph.D or a juris doctorate, have become a virtual necessity in order to increase marketability. Dr.…

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