Adult entertainers in Portland raised more than $13,000 in an online charity event to purchase toys for the children at OHSU Doernbecher.
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High school sophomore Madeline McMillen holds annual toy drive for various organizations, including OHSU Doernbecher.
Local community groups and business help to spread holiday cheer at OHSU Doernbecher.
OHSU is Oregon’s most admired health care company, according to Portland Business Journal’s annual ranking; OHSU Doernbecher (#7) and OHSU Knight Cancer Institute (#11) are also recognized.
OHSU Doernbecher medical assistant, and pediatric cancer survivor, Jordan Herrle becomes the youngest member of Camp Ukandu’s leadership team.
Doernbecher pediatrician says returning to in-person learning should be a priority when COVID-19 cases begin to decline
Dawn Nolt, M.D., M.P.H., suggests that in-person education should be considered an essential service, similar to doctors and grocery stores.
The Kiwanis Club of Hermiston is selling Christmas trees to benefit OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and other organizations.
A feature story highlights the first OHSU Doernbecher patient to receive a new, at-home oral treatment for spinal muscular atrophy. Erika Finanger, M.D., says the promising treatment will become more effective if given to patients early in life, suggesting the importance of newborn screening for the condition.
Local artists sell work to benefit OHSU Doernbecher.
OHSU is postponing its 2020 Doernbecher Freestyle program and event, where young patients design tennis shoes that are sold to benefit Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, due to the pandemic.
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