Posted on August 2nd, 2010 by
“I want to thank Senator Udall for his initiative to fund the development of the Cerebral Cavernous Malformations Center of Excellence here at the UNM Health Sciences Center. This will greatly enhance our ability to train our physicians and medical professional to treat this deadly disease. So many of our families in New Mexico are direct descendants of Spanish settlers from the 16th century. We have a special responsibility to our people and Senator Udall’s bill will greatly aid in our ongoing efforts to address this condition,” said Dr. Paul Roth, Executive Vice President for Health Sciences University of New Mexico and Dean of the UNM School of Medicine. Link
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