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February 08, 2012
Lannon aims to boost CU revenue

Omaha World-Herald, Feb. 8, 2012
Despite a sluggish economy, enrollment at Creighton University reached a record 7,730 students this school year.
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Vitamin D and Cancer Treatment

Huffington Post, Feb. 7, 2012
A Creighton University, Nebraska study found that post-menopausal women given 1,100 IU of vitamin D3 (plus calcium) versus placebo were 77 percent less likely to be diagnosed with cancer over the next four years.
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Gerraughty led pharmacy school

Omaha World-Herald, Feb. 8, 2012
Robert J. Gerraughty thought it wasn't enough for pharmacists to just fill prescriptions correctly. As dean of the Creighton University School of Pharmacy in the early 1970s, he led the way for patient-oriented care and set up learning modules for students to become familiar with 20-some diseases.
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Health Cholesterol

Her Living, Feb/Mar, 2012
Several area physicians including Claire Hunter, M. D., a cardiologist at Creighton University Medical Center discuss components of cholesterol in the February/March Her Living, page 13-17.
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Theresa McDermott: Basketball Wife Balances Life

Her Living, Feb/Mar, 2012
Featured in the February/March Her Living, McDermott reflects on balancing a home, family, basketball, personal health and giving back to the community.
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This Is How To Dougie

Sports Illustrated, Feb. 13 2011
When Creighton forward Doug McDermott scored in double digits in each of his first four games last fall, Lawlor's, an Omaha sporting-goods company began printing blue T-shirts whose white lettering read T3ACH M3 HOW TO DOUGI3a nod to the Cali Swag District song and McDermott's name and jersey number.
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