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Providence researcher in the news: a promising treatment for kidney disease
A study led by Providence researcher Katherine Tuttle, MD, FACP, of Spokane, Washington is in the news thanks to findings around a promising new treatment for kidney disease.
Wish you could get rid of your COVID-19 symptoms sooner? Be part of a new study
The OakTree study is looking at a new COVID-19 drug to see if it can shorten the time you have symptoms. Learn more about participating.
A promising breakthrough in Leukemia treatments
A global study co-authored by Providence researchers shows significant promise for the treatment of Chronic lymphocytic leukemia/Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma
2022 Providence research report highlights a year of impact & breakthroughs
The Providence Research Network 2022 Annual report highlights a year of impact and breakthroughs made possible by Providence's network of researchers, caregivers, scientists and research participants.
Celebrating research & research participants this Clinical Trials Day
Clinical Trials Day is celebrated annually on May 20th. This year, to celebrate the event, we’ve released our Providence Research Network annual research report.
Providence researchers honored for studies of COVID-19’s impacts on colorectal cancer screenings & outcomes
Providence researchers receive awards for two studies of COVID-19’s impacts on colorectal cancer screenings and outcomes
Providence researchers study early detection test that can detect more than 50 cancer types
Providence researchers are studying a blood-based, multi-cancer early detection test able to detect more than 50 cancer types through a single blood draw.
New research evaluates the safety of transplants from organ donors that tested positive for SARS-CoV-2
Evidence outlined in a new research publication co-authored by Dr. Jason Goldman of Providence Swedish could help respond to the shortage of donated organs during COVID-19.
Partnering to expand colorectal cancer screening in communities of color
Providence is partnering with Stand Up To Cancer on a multi-year effort called the CHAT project focused on increasing colorectal cancer screenings in communities of color.
Community Health Workers can improve cancer care delivery, according to new research
Community Health Workers improve cancer care delivery for advanced cancer patients, according to new research
Providence researchers help identify drug resistance and reversal mechanisms in breast cancer
New studies co-authored by Providence Research Network Researchers help identify drug resistance and reversal mechanisms in breast cancer
Addressing Inequities: The National African Americans with MS Registry
The National African Americans with MS Registry is a patient-powered research registry focused on and led by African Americans.
Providence researchers take on Polycystic Kidney Disease
Clinical research at the Center for Polycystic Kidney Disease at Swedish offers hope to patients with PKD, one of the most common genetic diseases
New report highlights research at providence
A new report from the Providence Research Network highlights how Providence researchers are advancing the future of health and health care.
Providence researchers assess changes in COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness over time
Learn how a team of Providence researchers analyzed how the protection from various COVID-19 vaccines decline over time
Providence researchers examine COVID-19’s impacts on hospital mortality
Providence is a leader in research to understand the impacts of COVID-19 on hospital mortality
Q&A with Research Nurse Tara Foote
Research nurse Tara Foote talks about her work at the Providence Cancer Center, what it's like to work with clinical trial patients- and what inspires her.
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