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One year since the overturn of Roe, OB/GYNs report devastating impacts from lack of abortion access

One year since the overturn of Roe, OB/GYNs report devastating impacts from lack of abortion access

Rollback of federal abortion protections has increased danger to individuals, physicians, strains on health care capacity; OHSU physicians say, ‘We will always be a safe haven.’
New report details success last winter in caring for critically ill children amid severe RSV surge

New report details success last winter in caring for critically ill children amid severe RSV surge

Spearheaded by OHSU, the Oregon Medical Coordination Center provides centralized, adaptable resource to address increased hospital demand.
Treatment for opioid use disorder varies widely among states, study finds

Treatment for opioid use disorder varies widely among states, study finds

OHSU researchers say Medicaid claims data reveal lost opportunities to save lives and reverse national opioid epidemic.
Landmark study shows promising results for autoimmune diseases

Landmark study shows promising results for autoimmune diseases

OHSU enrolls three patients in RNA cell therapy study.
From Sandy to Switzerland: OHSU patient overcomes heart condition with new treatment

From Sandy to Switzerland: OHSU patient overcomes heart condition with new treatment

25-year-old woman shared her personal health journey at World Heart Summit.
OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response

OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response

Last updated Friday, June 21, 2024.