Providence inScope Content Team

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  • Noteworthy - April 2021

    Noteworthy - April 2021

    Learn about important news from Providence Heart and Cancer institutes, CME opportunities, the new “Doc Talks” series and more.

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  • Confronting climate change to protect health

    Confronting climate change to protect health

    “Get out and exercise in the fresh air, drink plenty of (clean) water, and eat healthy, fresh foods.” This is common advice we give our patients, families and ourselves to maintain and improve health.

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  • Colorectal cancer increases in younger populations, emphasizing importance of screenings

    Colorectal cancer increases in younger populations, emphasizing importance of screenings

    Newly published data show a significant increase in the incidence of colorectal cancer among younger populations.

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  • Noteworthy - February 2021

    Noteworthy - February 2021

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  • Research focuses on how COVID affects pregnancy, new birth parents

    Research focuses on how COVID affects pregnancy, new birth parents

    Providence Women and Children’s Services is partnering to conduct new research on how pregnant people and those who have recently given birth are being affected by COVID.

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  • Warn active patients not to exercise too soon after COVID infection

    Warn active patients not to exercise too soon after COVID infection

    While we providers constantly extol the value of exercise to our patients, we should alter that message for our previously healthy, active patients who have been infected with COVID.

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  • Gynecologic oncology care now available at Providence Cancer Institute

    Gynecologic oncology care now available at Providence Cancer Institute

    Patients now have access to an experienced, specialized team in gynecologic oncology at Providence Cancer Institute.

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  • Noteworthy - December 2020

    Noteworthy - December 2020

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  • Healthy Birth Initiative supports healthier pregnancies and births for Black families

    Healthy Birth Initiative supports healthier pregnancies and births for Black families

    Black birthing patients in the U.S. are 4 to 5 times more likely to die in childbirth than their white counterparts

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  • Registry launched to improve care for Black patients with MS

    Registry launched to improve care for Black patients with MS

    Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center, in partnership with leading African American neurologists across the United States, has launched a first-of-its-kind effort to identify Black people with MS.

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  • Study finds screenings, family medicine providers key to detecting lung cancer

    Study finds screenings, family medicine providers key to detecting lung cancer

    Family physicians are crucial partners in the battle against lung cancer.

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  • Successful heart transplants performed; hospital wing renamed

    Successful heart transplants performed; hospital wing renamed

    Providence Heart Institute has performed five heart transplants since July, with plans to perform up to 12 transplants by summer 2021.

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  • NoteWorthy - October 2020

    NoteWorthy - October 2020

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  • Providence’s multidisciplinary Center for Weight Management opens

    Providence’s multidisciplinary Center for Weight Management opens

    Providence in Oregon earlier this year received comprehensive national accreditation for its Center for Weight Management.

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  • Laser ablation: Minimally invasive procedure to treat refractory epilepsy

    Laser ablation: Minimally invasive procedure to treat refractory epilepsy

    A relatively new minimally invasive procedure called laser ablation uses an MRI-guided laser to pinpoint and treat highly targeted areas of the brain to control epilepsy-related seizures. For patients

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  • Transperineal prostate biopsy: safer, more effective prostate cancer test

    Transperineal prostate biopsy: safer, more effective prostate cancer test

    Prostate cancer is the most common solid organ malignancy in men. A new procedure being performed by Providence urologists intends

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