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Patient Stomps Out Kidney Cancer Thanks to IL-2 Treatment, Healthy Living
02/04/16: Janet Fatika believes it’s her dedication to staying active that’s helped her overcome some big health obstacles. In March of 2015, Fatika was diagnosed with kidney cancer.

Raising the Bar on Stroke Care
Tami Bakas, the Jane E. Procter Endowed Chair, has an impressive resume on stroke care, including a focus on the emotional distress and quality of life in family caregivers.

Mahoney Named Permanent Chair of UC's Department of Radiology
Mary Mahoney, MD, has been appointed chair of the Department of Radiology, effective Tuesday, Feb. 2.

Heart Disease Still Top Killer of American Women and Men, Symptoms Differ
Women tend to get palpitations, shortness of breath and “sharp” chest pain when suffering heart attacks, explains Stephanie Dunlap, DO, in the UC College of Medicine.

Clear Eyes on the Field: Preventing Concussions with Research and Training
UC researchers team with sports medicine to improve athletes' peripheral vision training to avoid hits, prevent concussion strikes

Cancer Team Awarded Grant to Study Mutation Panel for Personalized Therapy
A team led by Scott Langevin, PhD, was awarded a $146,693 grant from the Elsa U. Pardee Foundation to study a mutation sequencing panel for patients with head and neck cancer.

Daniel Burr Retires from Medical Education
After 24 years at UC, Daniel Burr, PhD, will retire from his position as assistant dean for student financial planning for the College of Medicine on Monday, Feb. 1, 2016.

Medical Campus Starbucks Reopens Friday
The Starbucks on Level I of the Medical Sciences Building, adjacent to the UC Medical Center cafeteria, will reopen Friday, Jan. 29.

Flame Retardant Exposure Linked to Poorer Behavioral Function in Children
New research from UC suggests that prenatal exposure to flame retardants and perfluoroalkyl substances may have a lasting effect on a child’s behavioral development.

Ron Jaekle, MD, Addresses Pregnancy and Depression
Professor Ron Jaekle, MD, maternal-fetal medicine specialist at the University of Cincinnati responds to New York Times coverage screening pregnant mothers for depression.

‘Transitions in Cancer Survivorship Care’ Conference March 12
The UC Cancer Institute is hosting the 2016 Cancer Survivorship Research and Best Practice Conference, titled “Transitions in Cancer Survivorship Care,” March. 12.

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