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PNWU’s Roots to Wings Program Receives STEM Award

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PNWU Medical Students Volunteer Over 900 Hours on COVID-19-Related Efforts in Yakima County

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How Severe is COVID-19? Infection with SARS CoV-2 can have varied and uncertain results.

Is COVID-19 a serious concern, or are we overreacting? PNWU scientists offer expert insight into the severity of COVD-19.

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PNWU Statements on Racism and Social Inequality

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COVID-19's Impact on Halloween & Dia de los Muertos

COVID-19's Impact on Halloween & Dia de los Muertos

A collection of scientists, clinicians, virologists & infectious disease experts offer insight on a safe approach to Halloween & Dia de los Muertos.
PNWU’s Annual Flu Shot Clinic

PNWU’s Annual Flu Shot Clinic

PNWU’s Infectious Disease Club Hosts Annual Flu Shot Clinic
Logan Noone Publishes Children's Book

Logan Noone Publishes Children's Book

Logan Noone (PNWU OMS IV) Publishes Book Aimed at Introducing Mental Health and Coping Mechanisms to Children

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I Want to Go to Work

As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of our collective lives, a sea of questions flooded into the minds of medical professionals everywhere: How will this virus impact the lives of my patients? Will I get sick? Will my work jeopardize the health of those around me?

For student doctor Anne Keeling (PNWU OMS IV), one echoing question continues to drown out all others: How can I help?

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