This spring, more than 3,300 graduates received DO degrees from 22 schools across the country.
Las Vegas-area DOs and osteopathic medical students map out free amusements, daytime diversions, cool night spots, fun shows and favorite restaurants for their visiting colleagues.
The six life-sized, computer-controlled human simulator mannequins at DMU-COM can be programmed to replicate a variety of clinical scenarios, from anaphylactic shock to bee stings to deep vein thrombosis.
On July 15, the US Congress overrode the veto of the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008, halting the 10.6% cut to Medicare physician payments.
AOA President Carlo J. DiMarco, DO, outlines the goals of his presidency.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, introduces the AOA’s 2007-08 president, Carlo J. DiMarco, DO.
"If a vegetarian eats vegetables, what does a humanitarian eat?" muses Arnold Melnick, DO, in a column about the vagaries of the English language.
Thirty LMU-DCOM students and eight faculty members provided care to hundreds during a free medical clinic in May in Harrogate, Tenn.