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Cara DiCaro

Communications Professional

Location icon Rochester, MI


Reiter & Walsh

Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers
Communication Failures, Birth Injuries & Medical Malpractice

The results of Epocrates', 9 th annual "Epocrates Future Physicians of America" survey may surprise you. Epocrates, a provider of mobile health software, distributes the survey to over 1,400 medical students across the U.S. every year to help gain insight into the training and challenges faced by America's future doctors.

Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers
2015 Caring For Life Scholarship Winner

Reiter & Walsh, P.C. is happy to announce that Jory Owen of Fredericksburg, Virginia is the recipient of our 1 st annual Caring For Life scholarship. Jory chose to write about his younger sister Jaylin, who has cerebral palsy.

Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers
Group Of Problem Solvers Helps Child With Cerebral Palsy

May We Help is a Cincinnati-based organization made up of volunteers who "design and create unique, custom solutions for individuals with special needs to engage in and pursue their passions." Their latest endeavor, coming from their Columbus, Ohio group, was building a flotation device for Caleb Hall, a child with cerebral palsy.

Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys

Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys
2015 Achievements And Abilities Scholarship Winner

Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys is excited to announce Christine Hann as the recipient of the 2015 Achievements and Abilities scholarship. Christine's essay discussed how her son Scott's cerebral palsy has affected her life and her family. Born at 34 weeks, Scott swallowed meconium and amniotic fluid while being delivered by emergency C-section.

In College and Internships

OU News Bureau
Seven Sinners 'speaks across generations'

BY CARA DiCARO OU News Bureau World-renowned sculptor Marshall M. Fredericks spent 30 years intermittently crafting the seven figures of "Saints and Sinners." Never-commissioned works, the statues now reside at the western entrance of Oakland University's Kresge Library. The university purchased the statues in 1974 from a donation of $100,000 by the Josephine E.

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