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Do Movies Induce Multiple Personalities in Patients?

By: Dr. Gabriel Andrade   Part of our job as medical educators is to correct many myths that abound in popular media about disorders and…

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International Congress for Doctors on Aruba

On Saturday, February 24th, 2018, Xavier University School of Medicine had the honor of hosting the International Congress for Doctors on Aruba. Events began with…

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Strategies for a Medical Student as a Balanced Researcher

By: Dr. Prasanna Honnavar     So, you're a Medical Researcher. Chance are you're pretty busy. First, there's your daily classes (6 hours/day), ICQ, Comp,…

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Importance of Using Sunscreen

By: Dr. Narshima Prasad Vijayashankar   Among the ancient cultures where lighter skin was more desirable, the purpose of sunscreen was solely cosmetic. Egyptians used…

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Xavier Welcomes Aruban Prime Minister, Honorable Mrs. Evelyn Wever-Croes

Xavier University School of Medicine had the honor of welcoming the first female Prime Minister of Aruba, Honorable Mrs. Evelyn Wever-Croes to the school this…

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Medical Humanities and Professionalism: Teaching Students to Balance Between Patients’ Interests and Physicians’ Duties

By: Dr. Malpe Surekha Bhat   Although medical school curricula has always embraced and appreciated the need to train students to be compassionate towards patients,…

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The Bright Reds in the Pink of Health by the Deep Blue

By: Dr. Malpe Surekha Bhat, Faculty participant at the Polio run   Rotary International is known to put service above self. To that effect, the…

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