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First national study looks at debilitating chemotherapy side effects in black women

Neuropathy is more commonly found in black women, almost double compared to women of other races. This first-of-its kind study aims to figure out why. WTHR | Oct. 29, 2019

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New IU website allows users to weigh local climate change risk

A new IU website is helping every city, town, and county in Indiana measure their climate change vulnerabilities and risk. Chicago Tribune | Nov. 12, 2019

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‘Living Museum of the Sea’ Established in Dominican Republic Waters

Researchers from Indiana University Bloomington have teamed up with the Dominican Republic’s government to create a “Living Museum of the Sea” within the waters of La Caleta Underwater National Park, a protected area along the island nation’s southern coast. Smithsonian.com | Dec. 13, 2019

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