Promising 1-Shot Cancer Treatment Comes With $373,000 Price Tag


New CART-T therapy study shows 40 percent of lymphoma patients are in remission after 19 months. But the one-shot cure costs $373,000.

Oregon Leaders Plan Congressional Hearings On Chemawa Indian School


Tribal leaders and members of Oregon’s congressional delegation have been concerned that Chemawa is mismanaged and falling short of its mission to serve as a refuge for Native youth in search of stability and education.

OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Throws Out Old System Of Clinical Trials


The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is trying a new system of clinical trials. Instead of sticking to accepted cancer treatments, doctors are now using every tool at their disposal to cure each individual patient's cancer.

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Vancouver Parents Sue, Settle Over Restraint And Isolation Of Disabled Children

In the 2016-17 school year, Vancouver Public Schools restrained students an average of once an hour, every day of school that year.

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NW Parents Challenge Schools' Handling Of Students With Disabilities

Thousands of times a year, Oregon and Washington students have been physically restrained or isolated from peers. Parents say what's meant as a last resort happens too often, without their knowledge.

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2 Oregon Health Systems Announce Competing Heart Transplant Programs

Not one, but two Oregon hospital systems announced Thursday that they’ll be running heart transplant programs.

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Oregon Now Has A 2nd Measles Outbreak To Deal With

Oregon now has a second outbreak of measles to deal with. The case confirmed in Marion County Tuesday is not linked the outbreak in Vancouver, Washington.

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Clark County Measles Outbreak Up To 72 Confirmed Cases

One additional confirmed case of measles was identified Wednesday.

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Oregon Health Officials Confirm 1 Measles Case In Marion County

The confirmed case is not related to the ongoing measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington.

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Clark County Measles Outbreak Up To 71 Confirmed Cases

Clark County Public Health identified one new confirmed case of measles Tuesday.

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Study: Potential Link Between Parkinson's Disease And A Widely-Used Herbicide

One of the country's most widely-used herbicides could be linked to an increase in early deaths from Parkinson’s disease for people who live nearby, according to new research on Washington farmlands.

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Report: Oregon Saw First Pediatric Tetanus Case In More Than 30 Years

A report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outlines an unvaccinated, 6-year-old Oregon boy's tetanus diagnosis.

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New Amendment Would Allow Non-Smoking Cannabis Cafes

Businesses trying to build cannabis cafes in Oregon are no longer insisting they allow smoking inside.

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