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The Presidio Quartet, a saxophone ensemble of graduate students of the University of Arizona School of Music, will perform jazz favorites as part of the Arizona Health Sciences Center's ongoing CENTER STAGE monthly performance series.
The Arizona Arthritis Center, a Center of Excellence at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, is hosting the writing class, Enhance Healing by Writing.
In the past, surgeons were limited to skin flaps and skin grafts to remove nevus tissue and to replace it with normal tissue. Today, doctors are using tissue expanders.
State-of-the-art digital mammograms are available for the first time to Southern Arizona women at The University Physicians' Tucson Breast Center.
Two scientists in the University of Arizona ophthalmology department are studying the molecular and cellular mechanisms by which cannabinoids lower pressure in the eye.
Members of the Class of 2001 will receive traditional Match Day sealed envelopes, which contain letters showing where students will spend the next several years as resident-physicians.
Menopause authority Ruth Reiter will talk about managing menopause at a free public workshop on Wednesday evening, April 4, at UMC.
The Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy urges Arizonans to take charge of medications and poisoning hazards in the home, and is also offering tips during National Poison Prevention Week, March 18-24.
The Silverwood Duo of Renee Bond and Paige Jackson will perform melodies for flute and guitar as part of the Arizona Health Sciences Center's ongoing Center Stage monthly performance series.
The University of Arizona Health Sciences Center department of obstetrics/gynecology will present a seminar for women who are approaching, experiencing or have already gone through menopause.