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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.


08/03/15
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.


07/29/15
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.


07/29/15
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.


07/29/15
Patient Overcomes Pancreatic Cancer, Inspires Others to Keep Fighting
Lisa Rice, 52, says a constant upset stomach sent her to the hospital in 2011.


07/28/15
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.


07/27/15
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.


07/24/15
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.


07/23/15
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.


07/23/15
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.


07/23/15
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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