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Volume 6, Number 6Space holderFeb. 15, 2002

Crittenden honored for community health activism

Robert Crittenden, associate professor and Harborview chief of family medicine, was presented a "Part of the Solution" award at the recent conference, "The Health of Our State: What Does the Future Hold," at the Washington Athletic Club. (Feature Story)

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Robert Crittenden

WWAMI physician presents Lewis and Clark medicine lecture

WWAMI physician Ronald Loge, clinical associate professor of medicine, will present "The Medicine of Lewis and Clark" on Monday, March 18, at the downtown Seattle REI as part of the UW Physicians Healthy-U lecture series. (Full Story)

Chronic kidney disease complications led to King Herod's death in 4 B.C.

The biblical figure King Herod most likely died of complications brought on by kidney failure, according to research presented in January at a clinicopathological conference at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. (Full Story)

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