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Billy the Marlin visited patients and staff at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s alex’s place to celebrate Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Billy the Marlin Visits Sylvester’s Pediatric Oncology Clinic, alex’s place

September 29 was a special day for patients and staff at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s childhood cancer clinic, alex’s place. In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Billy the Marlin, the official mascot of the Miami Marlins baseball team, visited children receiving cancer treatment or seeing their doctors for follow-up appointments

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Miami Neonatology 2015 Open for Early Registration

Miami Neonatology 2015, which will be held November 11-14 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, is open for early registration. Attendees registering by September 30 will receive the discounted rate of $695 for physicians and $550 for students, nurses and therapists.

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From left, back row: Collin Roach, M.D., clinical advisor to the CDC Guyana program, outreach coordinator Allam Garcia, Peggy Renaud, a UM case worker, outreach coordinator Yuri Velasquez, Rhoda Moore, M.D., of Guyana's National Care and Treatment Center, Lawrence B. Friedman, M.D., and resident Elisa Alves, M.D. Front row: Shanti Singh, M.D., M.P.H., left, with Ruth Ramos-Gonzalez-Ram, M.D., Director of Guyana's National Care and Treatment Center.

Guyanese Physicians Visit UM’s Pediatric and Adolescent HIV Clinics

A delegation of Guyanese public health physicians toured the Miller School of Medicine’s pediatric and adolescent HIV clinics on August 4. The group’s visit was part of a multicity peer study tour sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide Guyana’s Ministry of Health with knowledge of specialty health models that could benefit populations in Guyana.

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