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VIDEO: Parents Mark Schmidt and Stephanie Schmidt, who is director of operations of OHSU’s Women’s & Children’s division, get their 2-year-old daughter Josephine "JoJo" vaccinated. OHSU is preparing to vaccinate younger children after federal and state authorities recommended two COVID vaccines for children younger than age 5. OHSU began vaccinating children ages of 5 to 11 in November 2021 after a vaccine for that age group received an emergency use authorization. Read the story: COVID-19 vaccine now available for children younger than 5. (OHSU/Christine Torres Hicks)
OHSU neurosurgeon Ahmed Raslan, M.D., performs high-frequency ultrasound surgery on patient Jean Henderson on Wednesday, March 30, 2022. The new method involved no incisions and eliminated her hand tremor. (OHSU/Christine Torres Hicks)
Marin Metz is recovering the ability to walk following emergency surgery at OHSU on July 5, 2021, following a dirt-bike injury on the Fourth of July that initially left her paralyzed. She’s shown here at her home in Winston playing with her 2 ½ year old McNabb Shepherd, Chief. (Video courtesy of Marin Metz)
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