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OHSU-PSU School of Public Health gets new home

By Tracy Brawley March 21, 2017
In Fall 2019, OHSU, PSU, PCC and the City of Portland will break ground on a proposed nine-story education and health center on the Portland State University campus.

Care received at end of life varies drastically by state

By Ariane Le Chevallier March 15, 2017
Oregonians with serious illness or frailty are more likely to have their end-of-life care wishes honored, less likely to be hospitalized, and more likely to use home hospice services than the rest of the country.

The OHSU Knight – Legacy Health Cancer Collaborative program expands to Clark County

By Amanda Gibbs March 02, 2017
The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and Legacy Health have signed business agreements with The Vancouver Clinic, or TVC, to expand their network of integrated adult cancer care clinics to southwest Washington. The agreement is the latest addition to the OHSU Knight-Legacy Health Cancer Collaborative, established in 2013.

Local experts to discuss ‘Oregon on Opioids,’ Feb. 16

By Tracy Brawley February 15, 2017
More than 52,000 Americans died from a drug overdose in 2015. Approximately 63 percent of these cases involved prescription or illegal opioids. While this epidemic runs rampant nationwide, its effects continue to be felt here at home. In Oregon, 422,000 residents filled 963,000 opioid prescriptions in just the third quarter of 2016 alone.

Saving baby Fatemeh

By Tracy Brawley February 04, 2017
Four-month-old Fatemeh Reshad made headlines around the world this week after her family was denied access to United States, preventing her from receiving a heart procedure that would save her life. The child was recently granted an exemption and has now been cleared to come to OHSU for surgery.
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