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Cape Girardeau, Missouri news highlights UC clinical trial

February 20, 2024

KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Missouri highlighted a University of Cincinnati clinical trial testing a wearable neurostimulation device to help patients with opioid use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder stick with medication treatment while finding the right dose.

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Cape Girardeau, Missouri news highlights UC clinical trial

February 20, 2024

KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Missouri highlighted a University of Cincinnati clinical trial testing a wearable neurostimulation device to help patients with opioid use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder stick with medication treatment while finding the right dose.

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Local 12, Business Courier highlight Blood Cancer Healing Center

February 19, 2024

Local 12 and the Cincinnati Business Courier highlighted the University of Cincinnati Cancer Center's Blood Cancer Healing Center, a comprehensive all-in-one facility dedicated solely to advancing research, treatment and wellness for blood cancer patients, opening this summer.

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UC joins clinical trial to test treatment for abdominal injury

February 16, 2024

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are part of a clinical study for ResQFoam, a new device for the treatment of life-threatening abdominal internal bleeding. UC Medical Center is one of a handful of Level I Trauma Centers in the United States selected to participate in the multicenter Reducing Exsanguination Via Inā€Vivo Expandable Foam (REVIVE) study.

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UC's comprehensive Blood Cancer Healing Center set to open...

February 15, 2024

The University of Cincinnati Cancer Center announced it is opening the Blood Cancer Healing Center, a comprehensive all-in-one facility dedicated solely to advancing research, treatment and wellness for blood cancer patients, this summer.

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WVXU: A year into Ohio's legalized sports betting, gambling...

February 9, 2024

According to the most recent Ohio Gambling Survey, more than 250,000 Ohioans have a problem gambling disorder. The number of people with the disorder tripled between 2017 and 2022 and, after sports betting became legal last year, experts expect the trend to continue. State leaders said it was "inevitable" to legalize sports gambling in the state since it was already happening without regulation and taxation. However, experts say the ubiquitous nature of online sports betting apps has led to an increase in addiction.

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UC research links prison time with increase of TB

February 9, 2024

Tuberculosis, the main cause of death due to a single pathogen globally, causes more than 1.5 million deaths each year. New research from the University of Cincinnati finds that being in prison or being a former prisoner is responsible for high rates of multidrug resistant TB.

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Putting control in patients' hands

February 6, 2024

A new University of Cincinnati trial, in partnership with Spark Biomedical, will test a wearable neurostimulation device to help patients with opioid use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder stick with medication treatment while finding the right dose.

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