A Wallowa County Chieftain op-ed cites OHSU’s telemedicine program to highlight the need for improving broadband coverage in rural Oregon.
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Vijayshree Yadav, M.D., co-authors promising results of clinical trial testing a new treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis.
New research by Deborah Finn, M.D., and co-authors reveals differences between male and female mice in binge drinking, suggesting the importance of tailoring effective therapies toward male and female patients.
Sarah Andrea joins NPR’s Science Friday to discuss new research about how tipping in the service industry affects the mental health of workers.
OHSU leaders, along with elected officials including Gov. Kate Brown, celebrate the official opening of the Knight Cancer Research Building.
In response to new research comparing two types of weight-loss surgery, Bruce Wolfe, M.D., comments on the possibility of long-term complications for both procedures.
Matthew Drake, M.D., and co-authors demonstrate that inflammatory cells can alter nerve structure in the lungs to cause asthma.
A Lincoln City family sells blankets at a local farmers market to support Doernbecher; their donations are in memory of their son who received care at the hospital.
Jonathan Lindner, M.D., is quoted in coverage about his research that found the antioxidant apocynin can reduce the risk of a second heart attack or risk of stroke.
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