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u0000niversity officials will break ground June 13 on the Harlyne J. Norris Research Tower . The new building, named for USC trustee Harlyne J. Norris, will spur the growth of promising programs.u000045;Today Show’ for the same story.

Two reports from the USC Latino Eye Study made news the week of May 5. The studies, by ophthalmologist Rohit Varma, were reported by KNX-AM, KFWB-AM, KCSN-FM, the City News Service and Reuters wire services and La Opinion.

On May 5, Texas Instruments announced a new processing chip, which someday will be used by Doheny ophthalmologists for the retinal implant project. The story, quoting Mark Humayun and Jim Weiland, appeared on KOIN-TV Portland, KYW-TV Philadelphia, the Dallas Morning News, EE and KCAL-TV Channel 9.

u0000on their dedication to helping end homelessness, not manage it,” Hagan said.

PATH is a non-profit community organization whose mission is to break the cycle of homelessness by empowering people with the tools for self-sufficiency. PATH was founded in 1984 by a coalition of churches, synagogues, businesses and individuals to respond to the problem of homelessness in Los Angeles. Initially a single-site agency, PATH has since grown into a multi-facility organization that provides a wide range of coordinated services for homeless individuals throughout Los Angeles County.

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u0000awaiian health-care providers use some form of traditional Hawaiian medicine or treatment.

Kava, a Polynesian plant, is still used by many today for anxiety. Noni, a fruit that originated in India and is also called Indian Mulberry, was used to relieve muscle and joint pain, and now is a popular source of juice among many who believe it has restorative properties.

“The University of Hawaii has a great deal of interest in this, and they have a cancer

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