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KCUMB Magazine, formerly the KCUMB Communicator, is an award-winning publication that is published three times a year to bring you in-depth stories on topics of interest in your profession, plus interesting alumni news, campus developments and updates on KCUMB's research, community involvement and education.
Issue: Spring 2013 | Read the issue (mobile/tablet-friendly PDF)Features included in this issue:Organ Donation in America - As the number of Americans who need organ transplants continue to outpace available organs, should direct compensation be considered? What are the ethical considerations?Breaking the Mold - A conversation with his daughter inspires Charles Graham to give up driving a truck so that he can pursue his dream of becoming a physician.Making the Transition - Learn how KCUMB alumni and others are working to ease patients' fears by making the process of dying a natural part of living.
Issue: Winter 2012 | Read the issue (mobile/tablet-friendly PDF)Features included in this issue:In the Eye of the Beholder - With 9.2 million people undergoing cosmetic procedures in 2011, it's no surprise that KCUMB alumni sometimes go to great lengths to help patients in their quests for beauty. At the Heart of it All - KCUMB alum Terry Gordon, D.O. (COM '80) is hard at work behind the scenes trying to get AEDs in all U.S. schools. Rising Up - Once Kameelah Rahmaan dedicated herself to her education, she found no limit to how far she would go to reach her goal of becoming a physician.
Issue: Summer 2012 | Read the issue (mobile/tablet-friendly PDF)Features included in this issue:A Roadmap for the Future - KCUMB officials use the University's mission, vision and values as a roadmap during the development phase of a five-year Strategic Plan.An Everlasting Gift - KCUMB's Gift Body Program plays an integral role in the education of future osteopathic physicians.From Dawn to Dusk - A Day in PicturesMedical Mistakes: Making Things Right When They Go Wrong - Statistics show medical errors are a staggering problem in the United States. What happens when things go wrong?
Issue: Spring 2012 | Read the issue (mobile/tablet-friendly PDF)Features included in this issue:In the Blink of an Eye: Brain Injury Motivates Alum to Help Others - After suffering a traumatic injury in a collision with a drunk driver, Thomas Seastrunk , D.O. (COM '97), becomes an advocate for patients. Expanding their Horizons - Bioethics, biomedical sciences programs create new opportunities.Rising from the Rubble - When tornadoes destroyed his two Alabama clinics on the same day, Stanley Keith Morrow, D.O. (COM '85), remained focused on caring for his patients.Making a World of Difference - Dozens of KCUMB students, faculty and alumni team up with DOCARE International to diagnose and treat more than 3,100 patients in Guatemala.
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