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UC Study Finds Organs from HCV Donors May Be Safe for Liver Transplant
10/19/17: A UC researcher says livers from HCV patients who test positive for the antibody made to fight the disease may pose a modest risk of infection and be acceptable for transplant

MacKinnon Touts College of Pharmacy Successes During Annual Address
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, Dean Neil MacKinnon, PhD, gave his state of the college address to summarize the praise-worthy accomplishments of theWinkle College of Pharmacy.

College of Nursing Receives Third Straight HEED Award
The UC College of Nursing has received the 2017 INSIGHT Into Diversity Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award.

Ride Cincinnati Gives $200,000 in Grants for Breast Cancer Research
Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati has continued its support of UC Cancer Institute scientists with the annual award of five grants to continue promising breast cancer research.

Patient Says Personalized Breast Cancer Care Led to Better Outcomes
At 47 years old, even with a history of breast cancer in her family, Jacqui Roell never thought that the lump in her left breast could be cancer.

UC Taekwondo Club Raises Funds for UC Cancer Institute Oct. 27
The UC Taekwondo Club is holding a fundraising event from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct.. 27, at Sheakley Lawn on UCís Uptown Campus to raise money for the UC Cancer Institute.

Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day Event Oct. 18
The UC Cancer Instituteís Breast Cancer Center will hold a reception celebrating National Breast Reconstruction Awareness (BRA) Day from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18.

UC College of Medicine Honors Body Donors at Oct. 14 Memorial Service
Medical students at UC learn gross anatomy, key to understanding disease processes and the body's response, along with how to care for patients thanks to generous body donors.

Hoxworth Blood Center Welcomes New Chief Medical Officer
Hoxworth Blood Center is welcoming a new chief medical officer. David Oh, MD, assumes that role on Oct. 30, 2017, taking over for the recently retired Patricia Carey, MD.

Stay Active and Avoid Complications from Thrombosis
Thrombosis is a deadly foe that can strike recovering surgery patients, women during pregnancy and afterward or individuals whose sedentary lifestyles present a hazard.

UC Study Finds Direct Oral Anticoagulants May Help Some AF Patients
UC researchers have tested a computerized decision analytic model to determine the benefit direct oral anticoagulants has for patients with atrial fibrillation.

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