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7.10.19. Taylorville Daily News. Dr. Janet Albers, Family Medicine. SIU Center for Family Medicine will open free-standing location in Taylorville. http://taylorvilledailynews.com/local-news/450965?fbclid=IwAR1M12Z0G_KvDH-NISleriZ-13ZygOeoCLHyxrjYRkWFQXPTXKrirT_NuYc

7.9.19. Fox Illinois. Dr. Douglas Carlson, Pediatrics. Child vaccines especially important after recent measles outbreak. https://foxillinois.com/news/local/child-vaccines-especially-important-after-recent-measles-outbreak

7.6.19. State Journal-Register. Matt Mannion, Class of 2022, Ehitare Emuze, Alikem Agamah, both Class of 2023. High school ‘pipeline’ program produces first crop of medical students. https://www.sj-r.com/news/20190706/high-school-pipeline-program-produces-first-crop-of-medical-students

7.3.19. Fox Illinois. Dr. Obiora Onwuameze, Psychiatry. Fireworks could be triggering for vets who suffer from PTSD. https://foxillinois.com/news/local/fireworks-could-be-triggering-for-vets-who-suffer-from-ptsd

7.1.19. News Channel 20. Dr. Douglas Carlson, Pediatrics. Report ranks Illinois #23 for overall children’s well-being. https://newschannel20.com/news/local/report-ranks-illinois-27-for-childrens-well-being

6.29.19. State Journal-Register. Sangamon County public officials request federal funding for academic building at SIU School of Medicine. https://www.sj-r.com/news/20190629/local-business-notes-rail-project-provides-clear-passageway-between-east-west

6.26.19. News Channel 20. SIU, UIS collaborate on heart disease research. https://newschannel20.com/news/local/uis-siu-collaborate-on-heart-disease-research

6.26.19. Healio. Dr. Amir Khan, Surgery. Incidence of GI cancers differs among rural, urban patients. https://www.healio.com/gastroenterology/oncology/news/online/%7B94c8847f-038f-4ffe-9eef-168673e0aa5c%7D/incidence-of-gi-cancers-differs-among-rural-urban-patients

6.25.19. News Channel 20. Dr. Douglas Carlson, Pediatrics. Flood water can hold high levels of human waste. https://newschannel20.com/news/local/flood-water-can-hold-high-levels-of-human-waste

6.24.19. Vascular News. Dr. Kim Hodgson, Surgery. Profile interview of Dr. Hodgson, president-elect of Society for Vascular Surgery. https://vascularnews.com/kim-hodgson-interview/

6.22.19. News Channel 20. Butterfly release brings hope, healing. https://newschannel20.com/news/local/butterfly-release-brings-hope-and-healing

6.22.19. Farm Week Now. Lori Williams, External Relations. SIU, Senator ‘trying to find a way’ to support stressed farmers. https://farmweeknow.com/story-senator-siu-trying-find-support-stressed-farmers-1-191357  

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