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CEMHD Director Lawrence Schell quoted in article on report grading NY on raising its children.
UAlbany’s Community Service Efforts Improve Region’s Quality of Life While Earning Place on U.S. Community Service Honor Roll
CEMHD in the News:
UAlbany's Center for the Elimination of Minority Health Disparities Launches Arbor Hill Community Immersion Project
Area High School students attend 3-day program aimed at raising health awareness
ALBANY, N.Y. (February 24, 2006)
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May 26, 2005. UAlbany President Kermit Hall Inaugurated the New Health Disparities Center.
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Albany Times Union:
Minority health center lauded
New research site at UAlbany seen as route to improve care
Friday, May 27, 2005 Page: B1
ALBANY - Assemblyman Jack McEneny is reminded of the health care difficulties many local minorities face each time he attends a funeral at Graceland Cemetery, where much of Albany's black population is buried. "I look at some of the graves. I see people younger than me," McEneny, 61, said Thursday at an event establishing a center at the University at Albany to research minority health care. "I think: `My God, I knew them. They passed away already?' "
UAlbany to open health research center
Wednesday, May 25, 2005 Page: B1
ALBANY - A new research center focusing on minority health care will be unveiled Thursday at the University at Albany. Funded by a three-year, $1.24 million federal grant, the center's faculty will look into why minorities get sicker - and die younger - than whites.
The Quiet Crisis: Minority-Majority Disparities for Diabetes in Upstate New York Cities September 15, 2006
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