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Painting that will be on display as part of the "Fire and Freedom" traveling exhibit.

MMPRC Hosting "Fire and Freedom" Traveling Exhibit

Now through January 4, 2019, the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center is hosting a National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health traveling exhibit entitled Fire and Freedom.

The exhibit explores the complex relationships of society, enslavement, and food during the early days of America, when African and Native American influences played important roles in the survival of the European settlers and when bartering with foods, herbs, and commodities were often a key...

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A scientist examines bacteria and a bartender pours beer.

From DNA to Beer

Come to the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center to see the National Library of Medicine's exhibit: From DNA to Beer.
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Microscopic Image of Kidney Carcinoma

New Cancer Information Specialist for Patients and Caregivers

Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cancer? Seeking information on a cancer diagnosis, treatment, or supportive care services?

The Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center (PRC) is now staffed by a professional Cancer Librarian who offers consumer- and science-based information to help you feel empowered, confident, and at ease in making informed decisions and gaining a greater understanding of your cancer care at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian.

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University of Utah PA students examine patients in a remote Nepalese village, Ghandruk, Nepal, 2015

New Traveling Exhibit Explores the Contributions of Physician Assistants

Come to the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center to see the National Library of Medicine's traveling exhibit: Physician Assistants: Collaboration and Care.
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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the United States and the second leading cause of death from cancer. Colorectal cancer affects all racial and ethnic groups and is most often found in people 50 years old and older.
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