Lighting up nerves to prevent damage during surgery

Sparing nerves from injury remains a huge problem for surgeons. Researchers in Oregon have developed a possible solution: nerve-specific fluorescent dyes that allow operators to view nerves deeper...

Advancing immunotherapy for life-threatening prostate cancer

Restoring tumor-specific immunity is a treatment strategy that has worked well, but only against some cancers. Research led by OHSU oncologist Julie Graff, M.D., revived hope that the approach may...

Targeting osteosarcoma, a cancer more common in young people

Knight Cancer researchers describe positive results with the drug regorafenib. Osteosarcoma is a bone cancer that disproportionately affects teenagers, and despite substantial efforts, outcomes for...

Top papers in prostate cancer co-authored by OHSU faculty

Physician-scientists with the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute co-authored three of the 25 most important prostate cancer studies published this year, and one runner up, as judged by the Prostate Cancer...