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Calvin Kwan, ND ('12), a clinical resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, explains this popular therapeutic technique.
Bastyr faculty member Wendy Gordon, CPM, LM, MPH co-authors study on birth outcomes.
Alumna Rachel Giordano, ND ('12) became an unlikely viral media star and a thoughtful commentator on gender and medicine.
The public is invited to a free community event to explore Bastyr University’s teaching clinic
Teaching clinic earns second consecutive year of stellar results in regional patient satisfaction survey
Daniel K. Church, PhD, will step down in 2015, leaving a long-lasting and successful legacy