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Information about the Zika virus and travels outside the U.S. The links below contain important information from the CDC about the Zika virus: symptoms and potential health risks, warnings about travel to affected countries, and recommended prevention steps. This information is especially important for young women. Men should take note as well because transmissions through sexual intercourse have also been reported. The CDC is currently recommending that women who are pregnant, or plan to become pregnant, not travel to affected countries. Please continue to monitor the CDC web sites for further updates and announcements.

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  • Advances in Pediatrics Lecture
  • Black History Month Cumby JO
  • Transforming Healthcare in Oklahoma
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  • Michael J. Dunn Assistant Director for Work Control, Site Support
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  • Tanya Mustin
  • Jennifer Dunning Campus Activities Board Chair, Student Government Association
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  • Mark Ray Treasurer, Student Government Association College of Pharmacy
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  • Jevon Oliver President, Student Government Association College of Pharmacy
  • Shelby Olson Secretary, Student Government Association College of Dentistry
  • Zelina Estrada Campus and Community Life Coordinator, HSC Student Affairs


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Feb15 Cardiology Fellows Conference
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2/15/2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Feb15 Medicine House Staff Conference
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