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July 21, 2010

Creighton in the News

Of Passports and Promise
Neighborhood News, June 29, 2010
That’s why his American passport is such a symbolic possession for Creighton University pharmacy professor Naser Alsharif. In an otherwise nondescript, palm-sized document is a prideful reminder of his American citizenship, but its deeper meaning is found in a single word. Palestine.
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Training kid docs in psychiatry
Omaha World-Herald, July 21, 2010
So two years ago, Anderson, of Hastings, became one of two pediatricians in a new program offered jointly by Creighton University and the University of Nebraska Medical Center to train pediatricians in child and adolescent psychiatry.
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How muck milk should we drink? For years we’ve been told it’s good for bones, now studies show prostate cancer link
Mail Online, July 20, 2010
Yet Speaking at a British conference last year, one of the world’s leading nutrition scientists, Professor Robert Heaney of Creighton University medical school in Nebraska, went as far as suggesting that humans can’t be well-nourished without milk and dairy.
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Omaha surgeon to speak at Relay for Life event
Argus Leader, July 20, 2010
Thorson is clinical professor of surgery at Creighton University and the University of Nebraska, and a colon and rectal surgeon serving as program director for Colon and Rectal Surgery at Creighton University.
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Chris Schuler joins AC St. Louis for at least next four games
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, July 20, 2010
Chris Schuler, a 22-year-old former All-America defender at Creighton University, has been loaned to AC St. Louis by Real Salt Lake of Major League Soccer. Schuler will be with AC for at least four games, starting with Wednesday night’s match in Montreal.
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