Oncologist publishes research on step to improve survival rates for women with ovarian cancer
Richard G. Moore, MD, director of the Center for Biomarkers and Emerging Technologies and a gynecologic oncologist with the Program in Women's Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, is part of a team of researchers publishing an article this month on the use of a chemoresponse assay to guide the treatment of women with persistent or recurrent ovarian cancer.
WIH Earns Three Million Dollar Grant from National Institute of Health
Women & Infants Hospital has earned a five-year, $3 million grant from the National Institute of Health's National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to determine the efficacy of a neurobehavioral exam that may help to identify which infants are at greatest risk for developmental impairment.
2013 road race to benefit Integrative Care Program
The 30th annual Christmas 10K Run & 5K Walk will step off from Rogers High School at 10 am, on Sunday, December 15, 2013. The race raises money for women with cancer who are treated through the Program in Women's Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island.
CNE Talks (Your) Health - Embrace Your Inner Scrooge
Bah-humbug you say? Don't feel shamed into acting festive when you're just not feeling it. Instead of masking your distaste or disinterest with tinsel and ropes of shiny artificial greenery, embrace your Inner Scrooge this year. Experts say you'll feel better for it. Read more
Raymond O. Powrie, MD, FRCP(C), FACP, underscored his belief in the “team approach” by drawing together a multidisciplinary group to edit an international textbook on medical disorders in obstetric patients.
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