The day that Dorcas Osho and her parents moved to the United States, just one day after her fifth birthday, she began screaming in pain. Her parents scrambled to help their daughter and rushed her to a children’s hospital, where...
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Adan Rios, MD, professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, has been elected as a member of the Sigma Xi Honor Society, and as a board member for the society’s Texas Medical Center Chapter. “I have been arduously working for years on...
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Binsah George, MD, was quoted in an MDEdge article about how medications to treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia are improving the survival rate of patients.
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Nonpharmaceutical approach Enabling self-managed, nonpharmaceutical pain management for patients receiving cancer treatments is the goal of a new study at Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealth Houston funded by a $1 million grant from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of...
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Fellows Arthi Sridhar (left) and Binoy Yohannan (right) at the 2022 ASCO meeting in Chicago, IL, with their poster presentation, “Renal Cell Carcinoma in Renal Transplant Recipients: Is There a Role for Screening?”
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