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Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

The study begins in 1932 and was projected to only last six months. However, it lasted until 1972. It was originally called the “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male.” This program was started in order to help justify treatment for blacks. 508 more words

The truth about medical experimentation on African-Americans

Medical experimentation on African-Americans is probably one of the most darkest areas within medical ethics, and something that has happened unfortunately many times in the past. 1,421 more words


The National Institute of Health’s Path to “Precision Medicine” and the Barriers Associated with the “All of Us” Study

In connection with a data-gathering experiment known as “All of Us,” the National Institute of Health (NIH) is seeking a pool of over 1 million participants. 182 more words


#20 Albany State will face #22 Tuskegee in White Water Classic on ESPN

Written by Thomas Scott

September 7, 2017

After Week 1, there were two SIAC schools ranked in the NCAA Division II Top 25 poll. Tuskegee earned the #22 ranking after beating FCS rival, Alabama State 14-6 on the road. 160 more words



Seth Troxler says Tuskegee is a platform for ‘people of minority’. The American artist, who has become something of a spokesperson for the dance scene in recent years, made the statement during an interview published by  190 more words


Legendary coaches Dye, Stallings coming to MPAC

These coaches won the hearts of millions, experienced thrilling victories, and painful defeats. Their legacy lives on, not just in their players, but with every fan that cheered alongside or against them. 278 more words

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SIAC Announces 2017 Football Preseason Honors

ATLANTA – Quarterback Johnathan McCrary of Clark Atlanta University was named the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Preseason Offensive Player of the Year along with linebacker Osband Thompson of Tuskegee University who was selected as the Preseason Defensive Player of the Year, announced Tuesday during media day at the College Football Hall of Fame. 704 more words

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