Dr. Michael Harris discusses the emotional and physical adjustments of receiving ostomy surgery.
OHSU in the news
Study led by Dr. Kerri Winters-Stone concludes that many years after completing treatment, nearly half of female cancer survivors continue to experience chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy symptoms.
OHSU and PSU invite the Portland-area business community to the third of three community forums to explore the role business can play in gun violence and its prevention.
OHSU completes $32 million fundraising campaign to build patient family guest house on Portland’s South Waterfront.
Former OHSU Doernbecher NICU patients reunite with hospital doctors, staff.
Dr. Katharine Zuckerman provides insight to parents of autistic children.
Drs. Esther Choo, Erick Turner and Melissa Haendel share their perspectives on the topic of sharing research information via social media.
Speaking about a clinical trial’s results for patients with psoriatic arthritis, Dr. Atul Deodhar says: “This agent is completely new, and opens up an additional choice for our patients.”
Dr. Paula Amato co-authors opinion piece discussing fertility; she says “…The Handmaid’s Tale serves as a reminder that reproductive rights should be fiercely protected for the sake of women’s health and society in general.”
In response to documentation from the White House “Drug Pricing and Innovation Working Group”, Dr. Vinay Prasad says: “This six-page document contains the kind of solutions to the cost-of-drugs problem that you would get if you gathered together all the executives of pharma and asked them ‘What sort of token gestures can we do?’”
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