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  • guide dog
    ​National Service Dog Month was in October – but we salute service dogs and their trainers year-round! Many students here at Colorado State University raise puppies through Guide Dogs for the Blind and other service programs. These students prepare dogs to become invaluable life partners for people with disabilities and therapeutic needs.
  • cancer, radiation, carbon-ion therapy, research
    Colorado cancer experts have announced plans to pursue construction of the nation’s first carbon-ion radiotherapy research and treatment facility in Aurora, where they would provide leading-edge radiation therapy that is effective against the deadliest cancers and now is available only in Europe and Japan. CSU specialists in radiation science and pet oncology are helping to lead the effort.
  • brian foy, malaria
    ​A CSU microbiologist is examining a new way to halt one of the world’s most severe public-health problems by turning prevention on its head. He plans to give potential human victims a common antiparasitic drug that will kill vector mosquitoes with poisoned blood at the bite.
  • Camels shed MERS virus
    A team of researchers from CSU and the National Institutes of Health confirms for the first time that camels vent volumes of the emergent MERS virus, making them the likeliest suspect in transmitting the virus to people. MERS virus is a concern for causing acute respiratory illness and high rates of death.
  • fukushima exchange
    Students from Fukushima University visited recently our campus as part of growing collaboration between radiation programs in Japan and the CSU Department of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences. The Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011 provides opportunity for scientists to research and learn together.
  • racehorse drug, breeders cup
    ​As the debate over the controversial drug Lasix heats up in advance of the Breeders’ Cup this week, a Colorado State University researcher has released new study results about the impact that bleeding in the lungs has on racehorses’ performance and the effectiveness of the most common treatment for the condition.
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