Former Saints players and the Tulane Health System are raising awareness of prostate cancer by hosting free prostate screenings on Sept. 7 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Tulane Medical Center. Along with the free screenings, blood drawings will be offered to help determine one’s risk of prostate cancer. For more information and to register, click here.
Washington Post Martin J. Davies, director of maritime law at Tulane, says the duties of a boat captain and crew with passengers are broadly defined.
American Heart Association News Genevieve Smith, PhD, researcher for Tulane’s Center for Sport, says former NFL players screened by the center find they aren’t as healthy as they thought.
Healio Sarah M. Labuda, MD, pediatric infectious diseases fellow at Tulane Medical Center, found children exposed to HIV, but are not infected, are hospitalized at twice the rate of unexposed children.
Nola.com Auburn football head coach Gus Malzahn says Tulane is a quality opponent.
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