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May 25, 2011
Analyst: Wyoming at the mercy of U.S. policy

Wyoming Business Report, May 24, 2011
Wyoming's economy hinges on upcoming government regulatory decisions, according to Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss.
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Midwest, Plains bankers worried about energy costs

Forbes, May 19, 2011
"Bankers remain concerned about the level and growth in energy prices. Given the importance of energy prices to agriculture, any significant increase in oil prices would certainly reduce business confidence," said Creighton University Ernie Goss.
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Sunshine vitamin' pills may extend lives of cancer patients

U.K. Independent, May 12, 2011
Joan Lappe, professor of medicine at Creighton University in Nebraska, US, will describe a trial showing how Vitamin D and calcium supplements given to cancer patients dramatically improved survival.
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Midlands Voices: Funding critical for global vaccines

Omaha World-Herald, May 25, 2011
The writer, of Bellevue, is a partner in RESULTS, a citizens lobby that specializes in poverty issues. She is an associate professor of pharmacy sciences at Creighton University.
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Kelly: 2 have ability to inspire

Omaha World-Herald, May 24, 2011
He attended Creighton for a year and a half but sat out the second semester this year with lung problems. He has continued to take online classes at Metro Community College and will re-register at Creighton.
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Sinus experts pool resources

Omaha World-Herald - livewell, May 23, 2011
Dr. Thomas Casale, chief of Creighton University's division of allergy and immunology, said the appropriate diagnosis of sinus diseases is crucial. Far too often, patients with viral sinus infections demand antibiotics that won't touch a virus.
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Brumback named editor of new CAM journal‎

Chiropractic Economics, May 23, 2011
Brumback, a professor of pathology and psychiatry and former chair of the Department of Pathology at Creighton University School of Medicine, is internationally known as a clinical neuroscientist and educator.
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Arts, lectures teacher completes 22nd year

City College Times, May 24, 2011
When I transferred to Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, at the beginning of my sophomore year from CSM, one of my first classes was instructed by a Jesuit named Father Wendell Langley.
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