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‘Platoon Guide’ Meets ‘Drill Sergeant’ for Heart Care
08/04/15: Curtis Ashby, 49, has always been a leader rather than a follower. That independent streak made him a formidable athlete. It took a back seat when he suffered heart failure.

Cancer Institute Experts Offer MRI-Guided Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer
University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute physicians are now performing MRI-guided brachytherapy for cervical cancer, helping to better image and deliver targeted therapies.

UC Health, Cincinnati Children's Partner to Offer Proton Beam Therapy
UC Health and the UC Cancer Institute are partnering with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to open a new Cincinnati Proton Therapy Center.

Medical Students Wrap up Their 1st Year With the Urban Health Project
Sean Lawson, a first-year med student, spent his summer designing and implementing an educational curriculum to address smoking cessation and hypertension among the homeless.

Patient Overcomes Pancreatic Cancer, Inspires Others to Keep Fighting
Lisa Rice, 52, says a constant upset stomach sent her to the hospital in 2011.

Portion of Walkway Leading to Eden Garage Bridge Closed July 31-Aug. 2
Due to repair work July 31-Aug. 2, a portion of the G Level walkway connector leading from the MSB to the Eden Garage Bridge will be closed and detours will be necessary.

French East Domestic Water System Down for Repairs Early Wednesday, July 29
The domestic water system at French East will be down for repairs from 6:30 to 8 a.m. Wednesday, July 29.

Research Points to Fat-to-Brain Signaling Network Regulating Stress
New research points to a fat-to-brain signaling network that serves to regulate not just homeostatic energy balance but also responses to psychological stimuli.

Reception Honors Recipients of Funding From L.I.F.E. Foundation
Researchers from and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center are recipients of funding support from the L.I.F.E. Foundation, launched by George Wile.

Study: Glioma Tumor's Genetic Profile More Telling Than Physical Appearance
A glioma brain tumor that looks relatively unaggressive under a microscope may still have a lethal potential, recently published research shows.

Heroin's Deadly Smoke: Unrelenting Fungal Meningitis Attacks Brain
Fungi typically found in the soil can by transmitted to the brain via heroin, sometimes proving deadly, research shows.

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