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The “r-word” was not something that had ever entered David Montgomery’s mind. But about six months into an experimental new treatment for Montgomery’s chronic lymphocytic leukemia, an incurable, slow-growing form of the blood and bone marrow cancer, his bone marrow showed no more sign of the disease.
Breathing. It’s not something most of us think about much. But when you have severe asthma, like Rae Torres, breathing is often the only thing on your mind.
The MultiCare Institute for Research & Innovation offers local patients access to new and innovative therapies that otherwise would not have been available. Medical Director Dr. Paul Amoroso answers six questions about the institute's work.
MultiCare leaders decided they wanted the health system to play an increasing role in advancing medicine. In 2010, they opened the MultiCare Research Institute in Tacoma. Program Director Richard Shine recently discussed the new program.