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Students with disabilities at DePaul get the treatment they need


Today's Tribune includes a tremendous feature on students with disabilities at DePaul.  The article focuses on a number of students with chronic illnesses who get regular treatment at Children's Hospital.

Located just a block apart, the hospital and university have come to share an informal relationship, as "between one and two dozen" patients have gone on to become DePaul students.  The article also touches on some steps the university has taken to become more welcoming to those with chronic illnesses and other disabilities.  It's definitely a must-read!



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