Finding a lump in his neck, Jim Reynolds began a journey of fighting an HPV-related cancer that led him to Bryan Bell, M.D., a head and neck cancer surgeon with Providence Cancer Institute. In this KPTV Health Watch news story, learn about Jim's treatment and how the human papilloma virus vaccine can help prevent cancer.
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As of September 12, 2022, Providence Mission Hospital Laguna Beach will close its Chemical Dependency program which is an elective inpatient and outpatient medical detoxification service for adults.
A new “Providence” sign was recently installed above the front entrance at Providence Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital.
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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Dr. Shephal Doshi co-leads international clinical trial to evaluate Conformal Medical’s novel CLAAS implant
Learn about the health benefits of a traditional Asian diet at this free, online education event presented by Providence Cancer Institute and the Asian Health & Service Center.
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.
Leading healthcare professionals interested in the treatment of patients with neuroendocrine tumors to gather in June for a comprehensive medical conference held in Oregon.
Although skin protection is important year-round, the summer is a good time to review helpful tips and tricks to help keep your skin safe while you enjoy the outdoors.
Two investigator-initiated trials sponsored by the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute are currently recruiting patients with either advanced HER2-positive or HR positive/HER2 negative breast cancer.
Minimally invasive technique allows for small, 5 mm incisions to remain hidden beneath the waistline
Providence researchers recruit adult patients with solid cancers for phase I clinical trial of genetically engineered, adoptively transferred T cells.
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center and Oregon Nurses Association labor negotiation teams are pleased to announce that we have have reached a tentative agreement.
The Children’s Hospital at Providence provides free immunization clinics for children 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month in Providence Alaska Medical Center Suite A351 (A Tower).
Adoptive cell therapy study at Providence Cancer Institute gives hope to woman with metastatic pancreatic cancer. Results may lead to new treatments and longer lives for people with advanced cancers.
A Florida woman with advanced pancreatic cancer is hopeful after receiving an experimental treatment in a clinical trial at Providence Cancer Institute that shrunk her tumors.
In 2021, the Valdez Food Bank received $20,000 from Providence Alaska to add the Rental Deposit Assistance Program to its services.