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UNC Medicine: Now, New, Next

November 8, 2018

UNC Medicine is the fundraising engine that powers philanthropic investment for the UNC School of Medicine and UNC Hospitals. We raise critical funding to train the next generation of expert caregivers, move our world-renowned research from the bench to the bedside, and provide the best possible care to people in every county in North Carolina and every corner of the world.

UNC’s Institute of Global Health and Infectious Diseases is impacting health at home and across the globe. Read More.
UNC Lineberger is one of a few academic medical centers with the capability to produce and deliver cellular immunotherapy.
After a blood cancer diagnosis and successful treatment, a North Carolina couple decided to make an impact by giving back.  Read More.
Dr. Carolyn Quinsey performs surgery in Malawi.
UNC Neurosurgery works alongside Malawian doctors to expand neurosurgical care, having a positive impact on patients in North Carolina and across the globe. Read More.

Rendering of the new medical education building, set to begin construction in 2019.
The School of Medicine’s new medical education building design addresses the changing needs of healthcare delivery.
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Dr. Eric Wallen discusses the importance of
men’s health.
UNC is working to change the face of men’s health. Read More.

Dr. Colin Orr and Dr. Christian Lawrence at the UNC Children’s food pantry they helped to establish.
UNC Children’s food pantry provides care beyond the clinic, helping patients and their families when they need it the most.
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