Sioux Falls ophthalmologist Dr. Alison Tendler is starting her own business.
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“The lining of your colon is like your skin. You would not tell your dermatologist you don’t have skin cancer without an examination.” Colon cancer is the No. 2 killer among all U.S. cancers, and it can be prevented. Here’s how.
Former South Dakota Secretary of State Shantel Krebs has been named administrator of the Avera Academy, a new partnership with Sioux Falls School District and Southeast Technical Institute.
A $25 million donation from Denny Sanford will help Sanford Health offer free genetics-based testing to as many as 250,000 military veterans nationwide by 2022.
Sanford Health and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will announce on Tuesday a new partnership aimed at reaching 250,000 veterans by 2022.
For researchers who want to look at whether a trait or disease is related to genetics, the environment or a combination of the two, there’s no better source to study than twins. And one of the best places to study twins is located right in Sioux Falls.
Many factors affect how tall we become, including genetics. Height, dwarfism and ethics come together as genetics advances, creating unique questions. Learn more at a seminar next week.
“We need some disruptors to figure out how we can take care of people.” Sanford’s chief innovation officer weighs in on how the organization’s merger with Good Samaritan might change long-term care.