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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Researchers at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, a division of Providence Cancer Institute in Portland, Oregon, will join oncology professionals around the world for the 2020 ASCO Virtual Scient
If you know how to sew, you can help us provide safe care in our hospitals and clinics by sewing and donating cloth face masks.
Sister Rita helped the lead the charge to establish the St. Vincent Medical Center we know now.
Lisa Vance, Chief Executive, Providence Oregon shares the sad news of Sister Rita's passing
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Providence Cancer Institute is one of a handful of centers offering two early phase studies evaluating combination immunotherapy for patients with rare and high-risk skin cancers.
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Recent research has opened up new treatment options for men with advanced prostate cancer.
Dr. Gary Ott and his family make an annual musical Christmas Day visit to the cardiac units at Providence St. Vincent
Providence Cancer Institute medical oncologists Alison Conlin, M.D., and David Page, M.D., oversee a vast portfolio of clinical trials
In recognition of her decades of support, Providence Portland Medical Center has named the radiation oncology department: The Elsie Franz Finley Radiation Oncology Center
A new study in the Robert W. Franz Cancer Center, tests the anticancer effects of an experimental probody therapeutic in patients with solid cancers
Cancer center offers several studies of targeted therapies, immunotherapies and combination therapies for patients with GI cancers, including cancers of the biliary tract
The American Heart Association honored Providence Medford with its Mission Lifeline Gold Receiving Quality Achievement Award
Providence Cancer Institute has announced Bryan Bell, D.D.S., M.D., is the new physician executive for surgical oncology research.