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Jan 2022

THE YEAR IN REVIEW: COVID-19 RESEARCH AT PROVIDENCE

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When the pandemic hit back in March 2020, most research activities at Providence Health Care and other institutions around the world were curtailed, with the exception of COVID-19 studies. Almost Read More »

Nov 2021

ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL RENAL EXPERT SAYS PIG-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT COULD ONE DAY ADDRESS ORGAN SHORTAGES

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Featured from the Daily Scan: The historic transplant of a pig kidney to a human is a “milestone” event that could one day address the shortage of donor organs, says Read More »

Oct 2021

A global leader: recognizing cardiologist Dr. John Webb’s outstanding achievements

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Featured from PHC News: ​ As a medical student at the University of British Columbia, Dr. John Webb gravitated towards the heart. It was an organ you could literally see Read More »

Oct 2021

Featured from The Daily Scan: “ENDOSCOPIC EXPERTISE HELPS ST. PAUL’S GI PATIENTS AVOID SURGERY”

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Roland Haynes is no stranger to the threat of colorectal cancer. So when a large growth, known as a polyp, was discovered in his gastrointestinal tract, the 79-year-old wasn’t surprised. “My Read More »