Identical twin astronauts – one grounded on Earth and the other launched into space – proved to be fascinating research subjects for Providence genomics expert and cancer researcher Brian Piening, Ph.D., who helped NASA explore the effects of long-term space missions on the body. Dr. Piening now uses what he learned to personalize treatment for cancer patients at Providence.
A Providence patient gets a new jaw, complete with teeth, in one day
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Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center has broken ground on the 32,000-square-foot Carol Danielson Suzuki Cancer Center and expansion project at the hospital.
Providence Heart Institute’s heart transplant program, the largest of its kind in Oregon, has received certification from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Extensive renovation work that began last fall is complete at Providence House Portland.
In multiple measures, Providence Supportive Housing continues to demonstrate extremely high levels of resident satisfaction and quality throughout all 14 housing projects in the Ministry.
Providence Cancer Institute’s Rectal Cancer Program among the first 25 in the nation to earn accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer.
Learn more about ILFI’s living building challenge contender Providence Generations in Issaquah.
Providence Cancer Institute to offer a new phase I/II study of a first-in-class photoimmunotherapy for solid tumors that overexpress the epidermal growth factor receptor protein.
Researchers at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, a division of Providence Cancer Institute, will join oncology professionals around the world for the 2021 ASCO Annual Virtual Conference.
Researchers at Providence’s Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE) have received a $430,000 Kuni Foundation grant to study disparities in cancer screenings.
Immunology leader Dr. Walter Urba talks about his healthcare journey and how Providence is defining the future of personalized care.
Providence Cancer Institute to offer phase II clinical trial of neoadjuvant chemotherapy plus immunotherapy for patients with advanced epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube, or primary peritoneal cancer.
Portland’s first African American Baptist church, Mt. Olivet, has opened a temporary vaccination clinic, funded by Providence Health & Services and Kaiser Permanente.
Learn about important news from Providence Heart and Cancer institutes, CME opportunities, the new “Doc Talks” series and more.
“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.
Newly published data show a significant increase in the incidence of colorectal cancer among younger populations.
Two important things for you to know: 1. Vaccinations are free and appointments are encouraged. 2. You do not need health insurance or identification.
Providence's Glenda Fossum-Smith shares how one experience changed her view of the homelessness pandemic.
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.