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Study shows cost of multiple sclerosis drugs increased five to seven times greater than prescription drug inflation; researchers voice concern about patient access to life-changing treatments
New non-invasive OCT technology invented by OHSU allows ophthalmologists to detect blood vessel abnormalities in the eye PORTLAND, Ore., April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Research published
Medication used to treat patients with type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people taking this drug to gain more body fat, according to researchers at
Study shows nerve regeneration therapy provides resistance to the development of dangerous heart rhythms following a heart attack PORTLAND, Ore., Feb.
Expansion of Collaboration Enables Identification of Optimal Patient Profiles and Combination Strategies for APTO-253 SAN DIEGO, CA AND TORONTO, ON; PORTLAND, OR AND WHITE PLAINS, NY,
Largest private donation to date puts ambitious campaign over $400 million mark in record time PORTLAND, Ore., July 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Oregon Health & Science University's
Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have discovered that an antioxidant designed by scientists more than a dozen years ago to fight damage within human cells significantly helps symptoms in mice that have a multiple sclerosis-like disease.
A research team led by Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and the University of California, Davis, reveals that childhood gunshot injuries, while uncommon, are more severe, require more major surgery, have greater mortality and higher per-patient costs than any other mechanism for childhood injury – particularly among adolescent males.
A new discovery at Oregon Health & Science University highlights an ingenious method to ensure the body effectively reacts when infected with the highly evasive HIV virus that causes AIDS.
Scientists at Oregon Health & Science University and the Portland VA Medical Center have developed a drug that may represent one of the world's best hopes for treating and preventing malaria — a disease that kills more than one million people each year.
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