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SUNY Health Science Center Receives $8,000 Contribution from the Onondaga County Medical Society Alliance
The State University of New York Health Science Center has received a contribution of $8,246.51 from the Onondaga County Medical Society Alliance. The money, contributed through the American Medical Association Foundation, will go to support the educational needs of students in the Health Science Center’s College of Medicine.
“The alliance’s concern for the future of medicine is in the best tradition of the profession and we very much appreciate it,” said Health Science Center President Gregory L. Eastwood, M.D.
The College of Medicine at the SUNY Health Science Center traces its roots to 1832 and is noted for graduating the nation’s first woman physician, Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell. Today, the college has 600 students in its M.D. program.
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