November 4 - Iowa Public Radio - Host Ben Kieffer talks with guests about the technology that allows doctors to use the right medicines for the right patients at the right time… and the ethical and cost considerations of unlocking the secrets that lie in our DNA. UI Health Care physicians George Weiner, MD, and Jeff Murray, MD, are among the guests interviewed.
November 14 - Iowa Pubic Radio - This hour on Talk of Iowa, we learn about bone marrow transplantation, the diseases it can cure, and the complications associated with the process. Host Charity Nebbe speaks with a bone marrow recipient and Dr. Rolla Abu-Arja, the Director of the Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant at the University of Iowa.
November 30 - Radio Iowa - Cancer patients helped to design the new treatment facility that will open next week at University Hospitals in Iowa City
November 24 - Radio Iowa - It’s Kizzy Marco’s third year of organizing a Project Linus event to benefit the U-of-I Children’s Hospital.
November 18 - Radio Iowa - Dr. Patricia Winokur, director of the vaccine treatment unit at University of Iowa Hospitals, says the flu is certainly not the only vaccine-preventable disease adults should keep in mind.
November 16 - The Gazette - According to infectious disease experts with University of Iowa Health Care, flu is not the only vaccine-preventable disease that adults should think about.
November 9 - Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel - Thorvardur R. Halfdanarson, MD, a specialist in treating pancreatic NET at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, emphasizes the importance of early diagnosis.
November 8 - KGAN - Jordyn Gourley, 4, was treated at the UI Children's Hospital for rhabdomyosarcoma, a cancer of the head and neck. Now in remission, Jordyn shopped for toys for other children in the hospital.
November 4 - The Gazette - A University of Iowa vision researcher has been awarded an $87,480 grant to study genetic markers of glaucoma in dogs, with hopes the research will bring him closer to identifying markers in humans with the same disease.
November 2 - The Gazette - A new study by researchers at Mayo Clinic and the University of Iowa has identified a receptor protein that allows measles virus to enter the airway cells — the virus’s point of departure from the host.
November 2 - New York Times - Dr. Ponseti's life a testament to the value of service and the power of simplicity.