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Tammy Lumpkins, 46, has had heart disease for nearly 20 years. She was living comfortably on medication and a pacemaker until early this year. Her health quickly began to deteriorate, landing her in the hospital in July.
Eric Hollen, a Virtual Academic Center student at the USC School of Social Work, was tending his horse farm about 10 years ago when his tractor tipped over, pinning him. He spent five months in a hospital being treated for the dislocation of his third and fourth lumbar vertebrae, a ruptured diaphragm, a broken pelvis and a torn aorta.
Sensitizing drug-resistant liver cancer cells to chemotherapy. Using new genetic technology to prescribe more personalized treatment to patients. Examining the underlying racial and ethnic differences in obesity-related cancer risk.
Peter and Jennifer Buffett, founders and co-chairs of the NoVo Foundation, gave their thoughts on philanthropy on March 20 as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series hosted by the USC Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy.
In the old days, we poured our hearts out in “Dear John” letters. Now, breaking up is easy. Just send a text: “Dear Baby, Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: You.”
Two-thirds of the American public says religion coverage is too sensationalized in the news media – a view held by less than 30 percent of reporters, according to the results of a survey released today.
Diamonds are forever – or, at least, the effects of this diamond on quantum computing may be.
Nearly a dozen students received awards highlighting some of the best of print and visual journalism produced at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Scientists from the Keck School of Medicine of USC have discovered the first gene associated with autism that has genome-wide significance.
An estimated 2.2 million people in the United States live with epilepsy, a complex brain disorder characterized by sudden and often unpredictable seizures, but a new report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) highlights numerous gaps in the knowledge and management of epilepsy.