Three Common Misconceptions about Melanoma

Former President Jimmy Carter shared recently that he is being treated for four spots of melanoma on his brain, sparking a national conversation and revealing some misconceptions that persist...

Three Questions for OHSU’s Dr. Karen Oh

Meet Karen Oh, M.D., associate professor of diagnostic radiology in the OHSU School of Medicine and Director of Breast Imaging at OHSU. Dr. Oh functions as part of a multidisciplinary breast team...

Skin care event brings together researchers, registry participants

Join us Saturday, May 30, at the OHSU Center for Health & Healing for our Skin Cancer Research Expo and Sun Safety Event! The expo differs from many other health events in that it will give...

Research Week: Three Questions for OHSU’s Evan Lind, Ph.D.

Research Week, a university-wide annual event celebrating research performed by students, faculty, research-ranked employees, postdocs and staff, launched today! We're marking the occasion by...

OHSU celebrates Volunteer Week

The word "volunteer" was first used around the year 1600 and comes from the Latin "of one's free will." Years later, the state of Tennessee became known as the "Volunteer State," when - during the...

OHSU celebrates National Doctors Day

In celebration of March 30th as National Doctors Day, we sat down with OHSU's Dr. Nate Selden to ask what inspired him to become a physician – and what continues to inspire him in his day-to-day...

OHSU’s Most Read Blog Posts of 2014

OHSU's President, Dr. Joe Robertson, recently noted that the year has been filled with stories that will be "noteworthy 50 years from now.” And it's true. From the unprecedented, national support...

GET FIT trial leads to improved health, better habits for one patient

Patty McWayne became depressed after being diagnosed with colon cancer in 2004. In 2013, Patty received an invitation to join the GET FIT trial, which aims to improve of the lives of women cancer...

Cancer and comedy: Local filmmaker explores the importance of humor

By Matt Wastradowski In the wake of his mother's death from breast cancer, 21-year-old Ben Schorr discovered something: It seemed like everyone around him had their own cancer stories. What’s...