Dr. Phoebe Rich says it's normal for people to have vertical ridges on their nails that become more pronounced as they age; however, horizontal ridges can be more of a cause for concern.
OHSU in the news
STAT profiles Dr. Brian Druker, the history Gleevec and three of Druker’s longest-surviving CML patients.
Dr. Rahel Nardos is quoted in The New York Times column by Nicholas Kristof on plans to cut off federal foreign aid for women’s health care programs.
New York couple has child at OHSU through gestational surrogacy coordinated by the Oregon agency All Families Surrogacy.
Following the release of a movie about Henrietta Lacks, a woman whose unauthorized cells have fueled some of the most noteworthy scientific advancement in modern medicine, Dr. Andrew Adey says, “We use HeLa cells to calibrate and refine our technologies because we know exactly which mutations are present. Just about every single technology we work on developing, we use HeLa cells first.”
OHSU, PSU present second of three gun violence as a public health issue forums.
OncoLink article lists “15 Excellent Answers to ‘What Next’” following a cancer diagnosis, including getting a second opinion … from Dr. Tomasz Beer, “arguably the nation’s leading prostate cancer researcher.”
Dr. Renee Edwards discusses the future health and well-being of women and children in Oregon at the 9th Annual Virginia Garcia Health Symposium, “Women & Children First.”
Dr. Anthony Montanaro says he sees allergy patients year-round, regardless of climatic conditions, but “with climate change we’ve definitely seen a change in the nature of our pollen season.”
Medscape editor-in-chief profiles Dr. Brian Druker, “a precision medicine pioneer.”
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