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Patient treated at UCHealth for vaccine-related blood clot with alternative blood thinner

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Publish DateMay 05, 2021

“Our experience shows us that these clot reactions are very rare, and they can be treated,” said R. Todd Clark, MD, MBA, lead co-author and assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. “People can feel comfortable getting vaccinated with any of the authorized vaccines, including the J&J vaccine. Getting vaccinated is a critical step in combatting this pandemic so we can return to our normal lives.”

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Colorado doctor featured on Golden Globes with actress Carey Mulligan

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Publish DateMarch 04, 2021

Holguin, who usually spends his days treating patients at UCHealth and teaching at the CU Anschutz School of Medicine, joined actress Carey Mulligan for a telehealth skit during the awards show. "If you asked me, 'would you ever see yourself in the Golden Globes?' Of course, never. It’s really quite a lot of fun," Holguin said. "They called me up and from one day to another, I was learning some lines, which I was a little bit nervous about because I don’t do this for a living."

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'She was basically housed in a separate facility': CU's first Black nurse fought racism to help others in need

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Publish DateFebruary 25, 2021

Her sons, along with the University of Colorado College of Nursing, established a memorial nursing scholarship in her name and hope she will be inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame.

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UCHealth prepares to vaccinate 10,000 people at drive-through clinic

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Publish DateFebruary 04, 2021

“It was a very efficient way to vaccinate patients,” said Richard Zane, the chief innovation officer of UCHealth [and CU School of Medicine faculty]. “We received tremendous feedback from our patients about how smoothly it went and how happy they were with the experience.”

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New COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial opens in Colorado

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Publish DateJanuary 21, 2021

“University of Colorado Hospital is part of the nationwide network called the COVID-19 Prevention Network, which has sites that are available to enroll into multiple sequential vaccine studies,” said Dr. Thomas Campbell, UCHealth Chief Clinical Research Officer and an infectious disease physician at the CU School of Medicine.

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9 months after his son died from COVID-19, father receives vaccine

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Publish DateDecember 28, 2020

Kevin Lyster patrols the Anschutz medical campus — the same hospital his son Cody was supposed to be transferred to for more treatment against COVID-19. He died before he could make it. There’s not a day that goes by that Cody isn’t on his dad’s mind. "Especially with Christmas coming up in just a few days, it’s going to be kind of hard not having him there and having the hugs and exchanging gifts," said Kevin Lyster.

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Q&A: Colorado physicians urge against panic after 2 people in the UK report allergic reaction to vaccine

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Publish DateDecember 11, 2020

Dr. Thomas Campbell, infectious disease physician for the CU School of Medicine: "Two health care workers who received the Pfizer COVID vaccine had severe allergic reactions ... Both of the individuals who had this reaction to the Pfizer vaccine had a past history of severe allergic reactions. In the UK, the medical authorities are advising people who have that type of past history, not to receive the vaccine."

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Q&A: The mental health toll for health care workers in the pandemic

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Publish DateNovember 19, 2020

About a month into the pandemic, Dr. Michelle Barron, professor at the CU School of Medicine specializing in infectious diseases, took the advice she had been giving others for years and sought the help of a therapist. She shared her reasoning in an episode of the CU Anschutz podcast "COVID Reflections" which focuses on the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic.

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