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Volume 5, Number 9Space holderMarch 2, 2001

Sohn to perform with local symphony tomorrow

Third-year medical student Elliott Sohn has been invited to perform Gerald Finzi's Clarinet Concerto with the Puget Sound Symphony Orchestra. Sohn will be the soloist. The concerto will be part of the symphony's all-English music program tomorrow evening, March 3, at the Museum of History and Industry in Seattle.

UW responds to earthquake

A 6.8-magnitude earthquake hit the Puget Sound-area at 10:54 a.m. PST on February 28. (Full Story)

Idaho funds two more seats in the WWAMI program

The state of Idaho has appropriated funding for two additional seats for Idaho medical students in the WWAMI program. (Full Story)

Federal lawsuit could shape future of genetic testing of employees

The first federal lawsuit against a private employer by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunities Commission could influence the way the nation regulates genetic testing and the use of test results. (Full Story)

Eastside hospital develops neonatal program with UW

Evergreen Hospital Medical Center in Kirkland, Wash., has received state approval to provide Level III neonatal intensive care services. (Full story)

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