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John Washington named College of Law Assistant Dean for Admissions

[caption id="attachment_1710" align="alignleft" width="131"] John Washington[/caption] John Washington named College of Law Assistant Dean for Admissions Submitted Robin Holmes       ORLANDO, Fl – Attorney John Washington, II, who most recently served Florida A&M University (FAMU) as director of the pre-professional law program, has joined the College of Law as assistant dean for Admissions.     Washing ...

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Professor parlays her academic skill into a $10 million dollar per year empire

The former professor of sociology would eventually use her expertise to launch what has become a successful business in the field of workplace solutions. ...

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Ilene Lieberman has laid the foundation to be Judge

Broward County Commissioner Ilene Lieberman has had a significant and well-valued political existence in Broward County for the past 28 years. ...

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FAMU law student to compete in 2012 Olympic Games

LaVonne Idlette, who recently completed her first year as an evening student at the Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law, will make her debut in the 2012 Olympic Games on Aug. 6 ...

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Florida A&M University celebrates the opening of its new healthcare center

Recently, Florida A&M University (FAMU) and the City of Crestview officially opened the FAMU Rural Diversity Health-care Center in Crestview, Fla. ...

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Dr. Leonard Bass appointed as staff physician

Doctor Medical Center is happy to announce the appointment of Dr. Leonard C. Bass as staff physician ...

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No more prostate cancer screenings for Black Men?

Prostate cancer screenings are a powerful preventative tool that every Black man should have in his health arsenal. ...

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All baby boomers should get hepatitis C test – CDC

All baby boomers should be tested at least once for the liver-destroying hepatitis C virus, according to proposed guidelines from U.S. health officials. ...

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The many faces of lupus

Medical students are often told ‘Know lupus and you know medicine,’” says Dr. Daniel Wallace, rheumatologist, in his book The Lupus Book ...

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Cancer drug may help destroy HIV cells

Researchers may have discovered a way to use a particular cancer drug to help better identify, and potentially kill, cells infected with HIV, according to HealthDay. ...

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