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As a participant in the Summer Institute for Medical Students in the Betty Ford Institute, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) student Kseniya Svyatets got an insider’s look into the world of addiction.
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Fourth year TouroCOM student Kieran Leong delivered a presentation at Girls Excellence Charter School on the topics of Health Education and Career Planning. The intention of the lecture was to motivate the students to pursue a college education. 
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Second-year Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) Middletown student Andrea Attenasio spent her summer at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC as a prestigious Nth Dimensions Scholar. 
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Students from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Middletown campus recently volunteered for the school’s Medical Brigade mission in Honduras, where they provided critical healthcare services to residents of underserved communities in Pedregal and Las Crucitas.  
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Early on TouroCOM Middletown student Huong Nguyen knew that she was interested in medicine.
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In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a group of OMS-I students rallied around a fellow classmate and helped her family in a time of need. Brittany DeNaro’s grandparents, living in the Far Rockaway area of Queens, saw their cars, garage and basement flooded. Fellow students Jeffrey Touma, Erica Mirigliani and Arjola Cosper pitched in, cleaning, packing and preparing the house for the insurance inspection and the couple’s return.
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It was almost 3 P.M. on Monday and Martin Levine, DO, associate dean and professor of family medicine at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM), was on Boylston Street in Boston, in front of “Tent A,” the main medical tent where runners are treated after they finish the marathon. He had been in the tent helping the athletes and had left to find other runners he could assist.  Suddenly Dr. Levine heard an explosion, felt its concussive force, looked in the direction of the blast and saw a plume of white smoke about a half block away.  He yelled into the tent to make room for casualties, and proceeded toward the blast when a second one went off. 
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Newly elected as Chair of the Medical Student Section of Medical State Society of the State of New York, Jean is the first TouroCOM student to hold this position, and has a long history of involvement in the American Medical Association during her time at Touro.
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TouroCOM Middletown student Kevin Yiu likened his summer research to reading the life stories of hundreds of patients.
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The drug hydroxyurea is an incredibly effective treatment for pediatric sickle cell anemia-- why don’t more patients take it?