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  • Update: Pediatric care at Providence St. Vincent

    Update: Pediatric care at Providence St. Vincent

    Providence is seeing many children with RSV. Under guidance from OHA, we have activated crisis standards of care in pediatric units at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center.

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  • Keeping children safe and healthy during RSV season

    Keeping children safe and healthy during RSV season

    A joint statement from Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health, OHSU Health and Providence

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  • Learn how integrative medicine can improve quality of life for cancer patients

    Learn how integrative medicine can improve quality of life for cancer patients

    Providence Cancer Institute to hold two virtual events on the benefits of integrative medicine for patients.

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  • Providence ends pre-procedure COVID testing for asymptomatic patients

    Providence ends pre-procedure COVID testing for asymptomatic patients

    As of Monday, Nov. 7, Providence Oregon has stopped requiring pre-procedure COVID testing of asymptomatic surgical patients. See the details and a review of recent studies supporting the change.

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  • Providence among few sites worldwide offering new trials for solid tumors and lung cancer

    Providence among few sites worldwide offering new trials for solid tumors and lung cancer

    Providence Cancer Institute one of only a few sites worldwide offering two new clinical trials for solid tumors and lung cancer.

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  •  Three new studies are focus of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Three new studies are focus of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Providence Cancer Institute is currently recruiting participants for three new clinical studies offered for people with HER2-neu negative breast cancer.

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  • Health systems act to ensure state provides treatment for the civilly committed

    Health systems act to ensure state provides treatment for the civilly committed

    To protect vulnerable Oregonians, Legacy Health, PeaceHealth and Providence are coming together to ensure OHA provides adequate mental health treatment capacity for civilly committed individuals.

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  • Providence lung cancer experts to present at oncology summit

    Providence lung cancer experts to present at oncology summit

    Leading lung cancer professionals to gather in November for premier oncology summit.

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  • Remote visual monitoring team offers ‘another set of eyes’ where needed most

    Remote visual monitoring team offers ‘another set of eyes’ where needed most

    Providence’s team of certified nursing assistants use technology to keep some of our most vulnerable patients safe, 24 hours a day, without ever stepping foot inside their rooms.

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  • Understanding lymphoma: The Basics and Beyond with Dr. Natasha Edwin

    Understanding lymphoma: The Basics and Beyond with Dr. Natasha Edwin

    Providence hematology expert offers the most updated information about lymphoma, treatment options and helpful community resources.

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  • New trial is first to study targeted therapy combination for treating thyroid cancer

    New trial is first to study targeted therapy combination for treating thyroid cancer

    New investigator-initiated clinical trial available only at Providence Cancer Institute will evaluate the safety and efficacy of targeted therapy combination for treating thyroid cancer.

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  • Providence Cancer Institute shares updates on advances in care for melanoma patients

    Providence Cancer Institute shares updates on advances in care for melanoma patients

    Providence Cancer Institute experts share their insights on recent advances in melanoma research and care, and tips on communicating with loved ones in a virtual symposium.

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  • Shorter treatment duration with new therapy is focus of rectal cancer trial

    Shorter treatment duration with new therapy is focus of rectal cancer trial

    New Providence-sponsored study may provide new insights into the efficacy of shorter duration radiation and chemotherapy treatment before surgery for people with stage II/III rectal cancer

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  • Colorectal cancer undetectable in patients after participating in immunotherapy study

    Colorectal cancer undetectable in patients after participating in immunotherapy study

    Results of a phase II clinical trial shows that adding an immunotherapy pill to standard pre-surgery treatment of colorectal cancer patients doubled the successful outcomes.

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  • Providence, community partners support all dimensions of health

    Providence, community partners support all dimensions of health

    Basic social needs are important for health, including access to food, shelter and transportation. In Oregon and Washington, partnerships with Impact NW and CHAS help Providence patients.

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  • Multi-indication clinical trials help evaluate new medications for future treatments

    Multi-indication clinical trials help evaluate new medications for future treatments

    Two early phase trials testing the safety and tolerability of new medications may help people with sarcomas, lymphomas and other cancers.

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  • Providence forensic nurses care for patients and community

    Providence forensic nurses care for patients and community

    Providence’s forensic nurse examiner team care for some of our most vulnerable patients in their most desperate times. See all they do and why they do it.

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  • New research lab will focus on improving treatments for soft tissue sarcoma

    New research lab will focus on improving treatments for soft tissue sarcoma

    Dr. Jianguo Huang to lead the Preclinical Cancer Therapy Laboratory with a focus on bridging sarcoma research and immunotherapy

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  • Earle A. Chiles Research Institute scientist awarded K22 to develop new lab

    Earle A. Chiles Research Institute scientist awarded K22 to develop new lab

    Providence researcher awarded National Institutes of Health grant to lead a new lab focusing on the discovery of novel inflammatory pathways in cancer that are targets for therapeutic intervention.

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  • 5 ways Providence is investing in Oregon’s health

    5 ways Providence is investing in Oregon’s health

    When we talk about how Providence helps others, you might think first of health care for patients. But there are many more ways we support people in our communities.

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