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Patient Overcomes Advanced Melanoma With Rare IL-2 Treatment
07/28/14: Cosmetic reasons—and a desire to spend the leftover money in her health savings account—were behind Julie Shelton’s decision to remove a mole behind her right leg.

Walkways Connecting Eden Garage to MSB & UCMC to Be Closed for 7 Weekends
Starting Friday night, Aug. 1, walkways that connect Eden Garage to the Medical Sciences Building and UC Medical Center will be closed for seven consecutive weekends.

Herzog Named New UC Cancer Institute Clinical Director
Thomas Herzog, MD, University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine alumnus, will be the new clinical director of the UC Cancer Institute, effective Aug. 1.

Metastatic Brain Tumor Treatment Could Be on the Horizon With SapC-DOPS Use
A new study provides hope that previously studied SapC-DOPS could be used for treatment of brain cancer that has spread.

GIVEHOPE, BSI Grant Funds Research Examining Target for Pancreatic Cancer
Thanks to a grant from GIVEHOPE Pancreatic Cancer Research and Awareness Fund and BSI Engineering, scientists are able to study possible treatments for pancreatic cancer.

Health Council Program Finds ‘Untapped’ Teen Medical Talent
On the morning of Monday, June 16, UC Health transplant surgeon Tayyab Diwan, MD, scrubbed into the operating room to perform a liver transplant surgery.

UC Professor to Take Her Passion for Health, Education to Tanzania
This summer, adjunct assistant professor of social work Kate York, PhD, RN, will be traveling far away from the College of Allied Health Sciences to expand her teaching.

Focus on Research with Bassam Abu Jawdeh, MD
Bassam G. Abu Jawdeh, MD, is an assistant professor of clinical medicine in the division of nephrology and hypertension in the UC Department of Internal Medicine.

Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Helps Treat Hepatitis C in HIV Patients
Treatment of HIV patients co-infected with the hepatitis C virus with an anti-retroviral drug therapy not only tackles HIV, but also reduces HCV replication, UC research finds

Undiagnosed Acute HIV Rates Higher Than Expected in 'Low Prevalence' Areas
A new UC study shows a surprisingly high number of undiagnosed acute, or new, HIV cases in emergency departments, even in areas where HIV is relatively uncommon.

Amid Strife, Psychiatry's Bresler Made Visit to Israel
For Scott Bresler, PhD, a summertime trip to Israel wasn’t exactly a typical leisurely visit overseas.

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