Thursday Mar 6
KU Med taps grant to create multiple sclerosis center
The University of Kansas Medical Center announced that it will use an $800,000 grant to create a center designed to serve patients living with multiple sclerosis.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Journal and Courier
Anesthesiologist joins IU Health Arnett and more in People & Products
Indiana University Health Arnett announced that Nelson Alverio recently joined its anesthesiology department.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Felix lauds hospital in departure
"[A doctor] came to me one day and he described our hospital as the medical utopia," Felix, Ransom Memorial Hospital chief executive officer, said.
Study: Lack of Social Activities Persists Throughout Childhood for Kids With Autism
New research conducted by a group of occupational therapists provides insight into the specific social activities that challenge children and pre-teens diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder .
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Free cancer screenings one of Kansas Masonic Foundation's programs
Each year, dozens of Kansas Masons work with the Kansas Masonic Foundation in Topeka to provide free skin cancer, bone density and prostate screenings and breast cancer education in their communities.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Sioux City Native Paves Way to Recovery for TBI Victims
By ABC9 News firstname.lastname@example.org Traumatic brain injuries can severely affect a person's life, but thanks to research by a Sioux City native, recovery is within reach.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
The Kansas City Star
Missouri-Vanderbilt basketball preview
The chairman of the Kansas Senate Judiciary Committee said the panel won’t consider a House-passed bill to protect people who, for religious reasons, refuse to provide goods and services to gay couples.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
The Kansas City Star
KU Hospital expansion plan receives boost
The University of Kansas Hospital has received what’s described as “major contributions” towards its goal of expanding the hospital complex to property it owns northwest of 39th Avenue and State Line Road.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
The Miami Herald
House committee rejects KU basketball apartments
The University of Kansas was 1-for-2 before state legislative committees considering bonding authority for two major projects, missing on a request to build apartments for the school's basketball players.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Work group says policy should be proactive, not punitive
The 13 appointed members of the Kansas Board of Regents social media work group met in Topeka on Tuesday to keep the ball rolling on their recommendations for KBOR.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Researchers Establish Benefits of High-Dose Vitamin C for Ovarian Cancer Patients
Scientists at the University of Kansas Medical Center have determined that high doses of vitamin C, administered intravenously with traditional chemotherapy, helped kill cancer cells while reducing the toxic effects of chemotherapy for some cancer patients.
Vitamin C Could Help Cancer Treatment
Intravenous vitamin C treatments have been found to enhance the cancer cell-killing abilities of traditional chemotherapy in laboratory mice, according to research published in the February 5 edition of the journal Science Translational Medicine .
Sun Feb 09, 2014
Vitamin C Reduces Chemotherapy Side Effects In Ovarian Cancer Patients
Ovarian cancer patients who underwent chemotherapy while taking intravenous vitamin C were less likely to suffer from chemo's side effects, according to a small study.
Sat Feb 08, 2014
New administrator joins WSU Tri-Cities
A new administrator has joined Washington State University Tri-Cities and recruiting students to the Richland campus will be one of his top jobs.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Kansas Legislature: Fluoride, same-sex unions, KU Med
Legislators in Topeka spent Thursday wrestling with, among other subjects, fluoridation of drinking water, same-sex marriages and the future of a new building on the University of Kansas Medical Center campus in Kansas City, Kan.