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Chris Casey


Research    Cancer    Diabetes

Defining Physiology’s Upper Limits and – Again – Winning the Tour de France

Racing through the Pyrenees near the end of the three-week battle of attrition that is the Tour de France, Tadej Pogačar accelerated up a 14% grade and dropped his nearest competitors as if they were slogging through a bog. Pogačar, 22, was on his way to his second Le Tour championship in a row, finishing 5 minutes, 20 seconds ahead of his nearest rival.


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Education    Community    Students

Providing a Spark: Program Instills Wonder in Young Scientists

Many scientists remember the thrill of taking a first glimpse through a microscope. Giovanna Paz, 15, recalled a similar rush, but a chat with scientist Isabel Fernandez sparked even more excitement. Meeting Fernandez, an MD/PhD student at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, felt like having a sit-down with her future self.


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Research    Patient Care

Could Yogurt in Diet Help Diagnose Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Future?

The mucosal surface in the gastrointestinal tract is a vast and complex area of human anatomy, a microenvironment that’s highly susceptible to inflammation and other disorders that are, at minimum, a pain in the gut, but may also presage more serious illness.


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Research    Patient Care

Avocados and Leukemia: Fruit May Offer Better Treatment

We’ve all been there: stuck in traffic on a jam-packed freeway. Some vehicles, driven by the aggressively inclined, slowly push and prod their way through the gridlock, seeking an escape through less-obstructed pathways.


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