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Enhanced Recovery Program for Colorectal Surgery Patients Reduces Costs

A standardized protocol for managing patients for the duration of colorectaloperations not only improved clinical outcomes, but also it significantlyreduced hospital costs.

Targeted Treatment Could Prevent Spread of Pancreatic Cancer, Heart Damage

Researchers at the UC College of Medicine have shown that a new targetedtreatment could benefit patients with certain pancreatic tumors.

NIDA Director Nora Volkow to Speak on Opioid Crisis Nov. 27

Nora Volkow, MD, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), willbe the keynote speaker at a public symposium on tackling the opioid crisis onMonday, Nov. 27

Brett Kissela, MD, Named To Clinical Research Leadership Positions

Brett Kissela, MD, has been named senior associate dean for clinical researchat the UC College of Medicine and chief of research services for UC Health.

Retreat Brings Researchers From Varying Units Together for Collaboration

When it comes to developing better, more effective treatments for cancer, theconcept at UC is that two departments working together are better than one.

Grant Helps Researchers Study Pancreatic Cancer Treatment in Phase I Trials

A team at the UC Cancer Institute will continue studies on a combinationpancreatic cancer therapy with recent support from GIVEHOPE.

UC Study Finds Organs from HCV Donors May Be Safe for Liver Transplant

A UC researcher says livers from HCV patients who test positive for theantibody made to fight the disease may pose a modest risk of infection and beacceptable for transplant

Ride Cincinnati Gives $200,000 in Grants for Breast Cancer Research

Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati has continued its support of UC Cancer Institutescientists with the annual award of five grants to continue promising breastcancer research.

UC Study Finds Direct Oral Anticoagulants May Help Some AF Patients

UC researchers have tested a computerized decision analytic model to determinethe benefit direct oral anticoagulants has for patients with atrialfibrillation.

CF Patients and Docs Use Shared Decision-Making Tool to Determine Regimens

Physician-researchers at the University of Cincinnati have developed acomputerized decision-making model to promote shared decision-making withcystic fibrosis patients.

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