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WFUSM Reaches 32nd in NIH Funding; Public Health Sciences Ranks No. 1 WFUSM Reaches 32nd in NIH Funding; Public Health Sciences (6/24/2005 )
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Wake Forest Baptist Reaches $114 Million in NIH Funds Wake Forest Baptist Reaches $114 Million in NIH Funds WINSTON-SALEM, (5/27/2004 )
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Women have conflicting attitudes about participating in clinical trials because of uncertainties about trusting the experimenters, (2/1/2007 )
In the face of rapidly increasing numbers of adults and children with diabetes, Wake Forest University School of Medicine (8/23/2006 )
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A new survey of 6,810 teens showed that more than half of them work, and 514 of them had been injured on the job. “The (8/21/2006 )