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The clickable links below navigate directly to outside media articles which featured Department of Medicine faculty throughout the month of October. 

Thibaut Davy-Mendez, MSPH, PhD, contributed to the article, “Characterizing Unhealthy Alcohol Use Patterns and Their Association with Alcohol Use Reduction and Alcohol Use Disorder During Follow-Up in HIV Care.”

Emily Ray, MD, MPH, published an article in JCO Oncology Practice on understanding risks for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2  infection and subsequent mortality among patients with cancer.

A figure from a review article written by Carla M. P. Ribeiro, PhD, and Emily Hull-Ryde for Current Opinion in Pharmacology has been chosen for the cover of the 2022 Respiratory Issue.

Amanda Nelson, MD, MSCR, RhMSUS, was interviewed by CBS News for World Arthritis Day. She spoke about self-advocacy and its importance for patients who suffer from arthritis.

Christopher Jensen, MD, talked about older adults with acute myeloid leukemia who receive high-intensity chemotherapy.

Lina Rosengren-Hovee, MD, MPH, MS, was featured in a Medscape article about HIV treatment and prevention.

A WRAL TechWire article focused on John B. Buse’s, MD, PhD, study of a bionic pancreas.

Joannie M. Ivory, MD, MSPH, spoke about increasing the participation of Black patients with cancer in clinical trials.

David Wohl, MD, contributed to a CBS17 news article, “There’s probably a failure:’ Why UNC doctors say dying of COVID-19 at home – instead of a hospital – is a bigger problem than you think

Lindsey Rosman, PhD, Tiffany Armbruster, AGNP-C, Jennifer Walker, ANP-BC, Zack Deyo, PharmaD, BCPS, CPP, and Anil Gehi, MD, explored patient’s usage of a smartphone app for atrial fibrillation self-management.

Edwin Kim, MD, MS, spoke with Allergic Living about omalizumab (or Xolair) likely becoming the first “anti-IgE” biologic drug contender to treat multiple food allergies.

UNC Medical Center is contributing $40K to help buy AEDs for all the police officers in Orange County.

Beth Jonas, MD, was featured on the CORE IM podcast, discussing antinuclear antibody testing.