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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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  • CAR T-cell therapy for advanced B-cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    CAR T-cell therapy for advanced B-cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Providence Cancer Institute is one of the few highly specialized centers offering adoptive cellular therapy for hematologic malignancies. Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy is a revolution

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  • Voting in 2020: Expert insights on why your vote matters

    Voting in 2020: Expert insights on why your vote matters

    Providence and voting experts address the 'hows' and 'why' of voting in 2020. Learn more.

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  • Soup recipes from the Sisters of Providence for Table of the King event

    Soup recipes from the Sisters of Providence for Table of the King event

    The Sisters of Providence make soup for the annual celebration called Table of the King. Learn more.

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  • Providence cancer research highlighted at ESMO20

    Providence cancer research highlighted at ESMO20

    Providence Cancer Institute joins oncology professionals around the world for ESMO Virtual Congress 2020, the annual meeting of the European Society for Medical Oncology, held online from September 14

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  • People of Providence - Sept. 2020

    People of Providence - Sept. 2020

    Learn what Providence Oregon physicians, scientists, nurses, leaders and employees are doing to help care for patients and communities.

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  • Grateful patients thank providers, care teams - Sept. 2020

    Grateful patients thank providers, care teams - Sept. 2020

    Being a provider or other member of the care team requires years of training, sometimes long hours, and emotional conversations with patients and their families.

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  • Express your support for diversity, equity, inclusion and voting

    Express your support for diversity, equity, inclusion and voting

    Many employees have expressed a desire to support Providence’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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  • Laser ablation: Minimally invasive procedure to treat refractory epilepsy

    Laser ablation: Minimally invasive procedure to treat refractory epilepsy

    For patients who don’t respond to medications to control their epilepsy, their surgical options previously were limited to a lengthy, invasive craniotomy for resection

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  • Provider wellness group tackles strategies to support you

    Provider wellness group tackles strategies to support you

    A group of your peers has volunteered their time and energy to participate in the Provider Wellness Leadership Cohort.

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  • Providers: We want to hear how you’re doing

    Providers: We want to hear how you’re doing

    Our providers are critical partners in building and sustaining the future of our organizations and caring for patients throughout Oregon.

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  • Flu vaccines: Two convenient options for providers Sept. 29 – Oct. 31

    Flu vaccines: Two convenient options for providers Sept. 29 – Oct. 31

    Getting a flu shot this fall is more important than ever. We anticipate an influx of COVID-19 cases this fall and winter – made even more dangerous during flu season.

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  • Melanoma study: are two therapies better than one?

    Melanoma study: are two therapies better than one?

    The incidence of melanoma is increasing faster than other skin cancers. Although surgery can cure early stage melanomas, and many new standard therapies for advanced disease improve survival, few are

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  • Providence researchers publish initial results of COVID-19 antibody tests

    Providence researchers publish initial results of COVID-19 antibody tests

    In late spring more than 10,000 Providence employees in Oregon lined up for a blood test that can detect antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19).

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  • New grant funding advances head and neck cancer research at Providence Cancer Institute

    Five investigators at Providence Cancer Institute received new funding for immunotherapy research through an internal grant mechanism aimed to improve outcomes for patients with head and neck cancer.

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  • Grateful patients thank providers, care teams - Aug. 2020

    Grateful patients thank providers, care teams - Aug. 2020

    Being a provider or other member of the care team requires years of training, sometimes long hours, and emotional conversations with patients and their families.

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  • Visitors must have compliant masks

    Visitors must have compliant masks

    Some visitors are using masks from home that have been found ineffective.

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  • Providence Head and Neck Cancer Surgeons Use New Transoral Robotic Technology to Improve Surgical Outcomes

    Providence Head and Neck Cancer Surgeons Use New Transoral Robotic Technology to Improve Surgical Outcomes

    Providence Cancer Institute head and neck surgeons are some of a few nationwide, that are using a new transoral robotic technology for surgical treatment of head and neck cancers.

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  • People of Providence - Aug. 2020

    People of Providence - Aug. 2020

    Learn what Providence Oregon physicians, scientists, nurses, leaders and employees are doing to help care for patients and communities.

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