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Dentistry but dentists?

November 23, 2011
Vol: 18 No: 45

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Dentistry but dentists?

by:
Aaron Burkhalter

, Staff Reporter

To assistance a poor, advocates find a new kind of caring provider

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Erik Linduska, who lives in Bethel, Alaska, a city of 6,000 on a Kuskokwim River, travels among a state’s little coastal villages, drilling, stuffing and cleaning a teeth of a children who live there.

Linduska is not a dentist. He’s approved by a state of Alaska as a dental health therapist and ventures to villages so farming no dentist has ever set adult shop.

Many of Linduska’s

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Rare genetic commotion provides clues to growth of a pancreas

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The Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry

A singular genetic commotion has given researchers during a Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Exeter, a startling discernment into how a pancreas develops. The anticipating provides a idea to how it might be probable to ‘programme’ branch cells master cells in a body

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Local appropriation for pivotal women’s health research

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The Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry

Research into polycystic ovary syndrome and associated diabetes

The Peninsula Foundation, a free arm of a Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, has cumulative appropriation of 15,000 from The Duchy Health Charity for investigate into Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and diabetes. The investigate led, by Professor Jonathan Pinkney at

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Osteopathy ‘of no benefit’ to children with intelligent palsy

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The Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry

Research consecrated by Cerebra, a gift that helps to urge a lives of children with mind conditions, and carried out by a Cerebra Research Unit (CRU) during a Peninsula College of Medicine Dentistry, has found small justification to advise that cranial osteopathy is of advantage to

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