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Why I'm choosing bariatric surgery: 3 strategies for making exercise a priority

Posted Oct 19, 2016 ( comments)
Four months after weight loss surgery, Jennifer Yahne feels she's turned exercise from a chore to an opportunity.Read Article arrow

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How soon is too soon? Our expert answers your questions about precocious puberty

Posted on Aug. 29, 2016 ( comments)
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Is a research study right for you?

Posted on May. 20, 2016 ( comments)

May 20 is Clinical Trials Day. Learn more about how clinical trials work and where to find them locally.

Patients with On-X heart valves now safe taking lower dose of meds

Posted on Sep. 30, 2015 ( comments)
Sue Leonard On-X Valves
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Where did my sex drive go?

Posted on Apr. 13, 2015 ( comments)

Women don't just have to live with a flagging sex drive. Learn more about the causes of low libido and what can be done to help.

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MultiCare researcher wins NIH grant

Posted on Aug. 21, 2014 ( comments)

A MultiCare researcher has won a National Institutes of Health grant for a study that could lead to normal walking for people with peripheral arterial disease.

Event deepens patient-centered research

Posted on Aug. 8, 2014 ( comments)
MIRI patient-centered research
Pharmacy Oncology Research

MultiCare, Virginia Mason create cancer-research consortium

Posted on Aug. 6, 2014 ( comments)
The National Cancer Institute has awarded a $4.2 million, five-year grant for research.          

The facts on detecting heart defects in babies

Posted on Jun. 5, 2014 ( comments)
Undetected heart defects are a leading cause of infant deaths. Simple, non-invasive screening is available and helping save babies.

Mystery illness turns into important pediatric cancer research

Posted on May. 20, 2014 ( comments)
For a real-life example of how research is helping our patients, read on for the story of Savannah Lingenfelter, a current participant in one of our pediatric cancer treatment trials.

This new treatment is putting cancer patients into remission

Posted on Jan. 6, 2014 ( comments)