No One Dies Alone

An organization on campus aims to help people communicate to their loved ones how they want to live out the end of their life.

HISTORY OF HIV/AIDS IN UTAH

The work of Dr. Kristen Ries and her physician assistant Maggie Snyder β€” the first Utah health care providers to treat patients with HIV and AIDS in the 1980s β€” will be chronicled in new oral history and special collections project at the U.

A REASON TO SMILE

Inaugural class to graduate from the U’s School of Dentistry.

STUDENTS TAKE FRONT SEAT IN MURDER CASE

Rob Butters enlisted the help of U students in his Forensic Social Worker class to work on a case giving them real-life experience in the field.

The fight against cancer

New technology at the Huntsman Cancer Institute will soon be able to treat young cancer patients with more targeted radiation therapy.

REDEFINING ‘ACCESS’ TO CARE

Six months. That’s how long patients suffering with chronic, and sometimes debilitating, pain were told to wait at the U’s headache clinic. The seriousness of the situation was not lost on clinic staff, but for years a solution had eluded them, until now.

Heart failure support teams

A team approach to cardiac care increases the chance of surviving severe complications from a heart attack.