Rural and Southern Regions Lack Annual Training in CPR Nov. 18, 2013
Annual rates of CPR training in the United States are low and vary widely across the country, but the communities most in need of training are the least likely to be trained, according to a new study from the Duke Clinical Research Institute.
Temporary Eye Center Entrance Opens November 18 Nov. 12, 2013
Construction has begun on the new Duke Eye Center Clinical Building located in front of the current Duke Eye Center. For the past year, site work has been completed for utilities which, while inconvenient, still allowed for the main entrance to remain open. That will change on November 18, 2013 when the new temporary patient entrance and drop-off area will open.
New Artificial Protein Mimics A Part Of The HIV Outer Coat Oct. 22, 2013
A team of scientists at Duke Medicine and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center has created an artificial protein coupled with a sugar molecule that mimics a key site on the outer coat of HIV where antibodies can bind to neutralize a wide variety of HIV strains.