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Topic - Science University
The state Legislature voted Friday to approve funding for cancer research facilities at Oregon Health & Science University, got the budget back in balance and then adjourned the 2014 session.
The Oregon Legislature moved late Thursday to give Oregon Health & Science University all of the $200 million it requested for cancer research facilities.
U.S. regulators are considering whether to allow research that would use part of two human eggs to create a baby free of certain inherited diseases. So far, the research has been limited to monkeys.
Federal health regulators will consider this week whether to green light a provocative new fertilization technique that could eventually create babies from the DNA of three people, with the goal of preventing mothers from passing on debilitating genetic diseases to their children.
After a wet spell unusual even for Portland, a second homeowner has found a sinkhole in the yard, but this one didn't swallow anybody.
A Portland jury has decided not to award money to the family of a little boy who lost his testicles during surgery at Oregon Health & Science University.
The parents of a young boy are suing Oregon Health & Science University over a surgery that rendered the child's testicles useless.
Executives at Oregon Health & Science University are asking state lawmakers to take on $200 million in debt to help secure a massive donation from Nike founder Phil Knight and his wife.
Well, this is certainly good news for New Year's revelers. Seems drinking alcohol — in moderation, of course — actually boosts the immune system.
More than 1 million Americans wind up back in the hospital only weeks after they left for reasons that could have been prevented _ a revolving door that for years has seemed impossible to slow.
This is your brain on sugar _ for real. Scientists have used imaging tests to show for the first time that fructose, a sugar that saturates the American diet, can trigger brain changes that may lead to overeating.
Mammograms have done surprisingly little to catch deadly breast cancers before they spread, a big U.S. study finds. At the same time, more than a million women have been treated for cancers that never would have threatened their lives, researchers estimate.
New research could mean millions of older women can skip frequent screening tests for osteoporosis: If an initial bone scan shows no big problems, many can safely wait 15 years to have another one, the study suggests.
Karen Butler has a British-sounding accent, but she's never been to Europe. She woke up from dental surgery one day talking funny. A year and a half later her "foreign" accent remains, and her story has traveled around the world.