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UC study: Immunotherapy drug did not increase surgery...

September 7, 2022

University of Cincinnati researchers recently published study results in JAMA Otolaryngology showing that administering immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab before surgery for oral cavity cancer did not increase rates of complication during and after surgery.


UC research creates Kidney Transplant Equity Index

May 3, 2022

New research out of the University of Cincinnati established the Kidney Transplant Equity Index, examining the number of minority patients transplanted at a kidney transplant center relative to the prevalence of minority patients on dialysis in each center’s health service area.


A new approach to close the gap in lung cancer care

November 29, 2021

University of Cincinnati's Dr. Robert Van Haren recently published new research that shows lung cancer surgery outcomes between former and current smokers are similar enough that smoking should not be a barrier to offering surgery.


WVXU: UC Health first in region to use spray on skin for burn...

November 9, 2021

Spray on skin, called RECELL, is now approved for both adults and children, sparing them the unnecessary pain of dozens of skin grafts. UC Health says it’s the first in the region to use the technology made by Avita. WVXU published a story on the spray, quoting Julia Slater, MD, assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at the UC College of Medicine.


UC renews cooperative agreement with U.S. Air Force

November 9, 2021

The University of Cincinnati and the U.S. Air Force have renewed their cooperative agreement that could mean up to $49 million in research funds. This is the second renewal of the cooperative agreement dating back to 2010.


Medscape: Is collecting long-term cancer follow-up data worth it?

November 5, 2021

Tammy Holm, MD, Phd, assistant professor of clinical surgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine was interviewed for a story in Medscape on whether or not it's worth the effort to follow cancer patients over many years to catch tumors that recur, improve outcomes, even reveal important trends. Those long-term cancer follow-ups require extensive human resources and will inevitably decrease over time.


55KRC highlights Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

September 20, 2021

Amanda Jackson, MD, associate professor and director of gynecologic oncology, spoke with Angenette Levy of 55KRC on the Simply Medicine podcast to discuss Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.


Giddy: How valuable is genetic testing for prostate cancer?

September 7, 2021

In an article for the online sexual health publication Giddy, Abhinav Sidana, MD, assistant professor in the Division of Urology in the Department of Surgery at the UC College of Medicine was interviewed on the topic of genetic testing for prostate cancer.

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