Myriam Loyo Li, M.D., discusses treatment options for people with facial paralysis: “When I went to medical school, these surgeries were not possible, so it’s something that we really need to work to educate our community of doctors, of patients, that we have new treatments for facial paralysis.”
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Patient with metastatic pancreatic cancer who is navigating the end-of-life process at OHSU.
OHSU’s Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences offers Veteran Supportive Supervisor Training to help “civilian employers embrace and support their veteran workers,” said Leslie Hammer, Ph.D.
Nike and OHSU Doernbecher reveal 15th annual collection of shoes, apparel designed by young hospital patients.
Elizabeth Super, M.D., says a new report about infant sleep habits “should be a wake-up call for parents who may have the wrong idea about what it means to ‘sleep like a baby’.”
Aleksandra Sikora, Ph.D., of the OSU/OHSU College of Pharmacy and the OHSU Vaccine & Gene Therapy Institute led an international group to perform proteomic profiling on 15 strains of the microbe Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
Dutch Bros’ Breast Cancer Awareness campaign raises $421,440 for OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and Albie Aware
Dutch Bros’ October “Be Aware” campaign raised more than $421,000 for the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and Albie Aware.
While celebrating the fifth anniversary of the OHSU Interprofessional Care Access Network’s West Medford site, Heather Voss, Ph.D., R.N., says she and OHSU students help I-CAN clients reach their health care goals because “oftentimes, folks are not able to be as healthy as they want to be for lots of reasons.”
Esther Choo, M.D., is among physicians nationwide to respond to the National Rifle Association’s tweet warning medical professionals to “stay in their lane.”
Shannon McWeeney, Ph.D., and Brian Druker, M.D., discuss the recent Beat AML study with the AACR publication.
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