Tag Archives: medical

How to be pro-life: Changing the dialogue on abortion

On April 12, The Atlantic printed a story about the trial of Kermit Gosnell, a West Philadelphia doctor who ran the Women’s Medical Society for more than 30 years. This clinic was billed as a place for taking care of ...

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Autism Center provides early intervention services

Not many on campus know that there is a facility in the Kremen School of Education that provides critical services to the local community while at the same time providing training and certification for students that will lead to plentiful, local jobs.

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A day in scrubs

Watch as The Collegian follows nursing student, Annie Bledsoe, and get a better understanding of what goes on within one of Fresno State’s most recognized programs.

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Student Q&A with William Menchaca

Senior William Menchaca has been interested in the medical field since high school.

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Disappearing nurses

The average person waits four and a half hours in a California emergency room. There is a shortage of 60,000 nurses in the state.

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