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July 2021

Volume 19,
Number 7

Never Stop Searching

As we strive to find conclusions related to this pandemic, one stipulation is clear: we must keep an open mind in order to reach the truth.

Head and Neck Cancer Cells Hijack Healthy Tissue

University of Michigan School of Dentistry scientists have identified a mechanism by which head and neck cancer cells subvert adjacent normal tissue, allowing small clusters of cancer cells to burrow beneath healthy tissue.

A Passion for Helping Others

I have always had a passion for helping people. Before I knew I wanted to be a dental hygienist, I served as the philanthropy coordinator for my college sorority, and I come from a long line of service hearts.

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