A feature in The Other Oregon outlines the unique experience of rural health care. Among the challenges, Robert Duehmig notes that “money, personnel and medical equipment shortages are constant.”
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OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital receives $200K grant towards fighting pediatric cancer, thanks to 'Hyundai Hope on Wheels'
Jacob Henderson, M.D., receives a $200,000 “Hyundai Young Investigator” award to benefit research in pediatric cancer.
John Vetto, M.D., authors a commentary addressing lymphedema after breast cancer treatment or surgery; Vetto says a recent study “underscores the well-known but often undiscussed association between lymphedema and BMI.”
Ben Hoffman, M.D., discusses fixes for the 10 most common car seat mistakes made by parents, caregivers. He says: “Car seats are awesome. They work and they save lives. They’re also hard…Families shouldn’t feel like they have to be able to do it [install] perfectly. Reaching out and getting help is brilliant.”
Did he really just tweet that? Dr. Vinay Prasad takes on Big Pharma, Big Medicine, and his own colleagues — with glee
A study led by Vinay Prasad, M.D., that focuses on financial disclosures in medicine is cited in a STAT opinion piece on drug monopolies.
A victim of an assault is treated at OHSU.
Marti cooks cajun with musical neuroscientist and OHSU professor Dr. Larry Sherman: Marti's Music Kitchen season 2 episode 3
Larry Sherman, Ph.D., speaks with Oregon Music News about his research studying the effects of music on the brain.
Joe Gray, Ph.D., will present at a Susan G. Komen lunch and learn event in Idaho.
OHSU and the University of Oregon receive a $10-million federal grant to study mothers with a history of opioid use.
OHSU cancer patient’s remarkable response on a clinical trial targeting a specific gene fusion is profiled in Cure Today.
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