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TIME

How Bladder Cancer Differs in Women and Younger Adults

news outletTIME
Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

“We know that women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with advanced disease, but whether their cancer is biologically more active, or missed for a longer period of time, we don’t know,” says Dr. Janet Kukreja, an associate professor and bladder cancer specialist at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.

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9News

CU Anschutz launches new program aimed at involving older adults in clinical trials

news outlet9News
Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus say there is a glaring gap in many clinical trials. Despite having higher rates of many diseases, older adults are often left out of studies that might help them. To help change that, CU Anschutz Medical Campus is launching a new program called the (OAR) Older Adult Research Specialist Training Program.

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MSN

How to manage altitude sickness that won’t quit

news outletMSN
Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

“There is less oxygen in the air as one ascends to high altitude,” explains Dr. Peter Hackett, a clinical professor at the University of Colorado’s Altitude Research Center.

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Everyday Health

Experts Debunk Myths About Alternative Medicine for Heart Disease, Heart Failure

news outletEveryday Health
Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

Certain alternative medicines can do more harm than good, according to panelist Prateeti Khazanie, MD, who specializes in advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology at the UCHealth Heart Failure Clinic at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Colorado. Dr. Khazanie shared the story of a patient who was drinking herbal tea, which happened to contain a lot of licorice root. Too much licorice can lower a person’s potassium levels and disrupt normal heart function.

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Axios

Five women scientists in Colorado named among the best in the world

news outletAxios
Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

No. 125 Philippa Marrack (National Jewish Health and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus) is a researcher who focuses on T cells, which spot infections in the body, and her studies are trying to determine how they learn to react this way.

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Loveland Magazine

Fall viruses are hitting with a vengeance. Tips for a healthier holiday season

news outletLoveland Magazine
Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

“Use your common sense. If you’re sick, you don’t want to give your illness to grandma and grandpa. At the end of the day, the goal is to still be able to do things and enjoy the holidays. Just do it in a way that doesn’t impact others badly,” said Barron, who is also a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine on the Anschutz Medical Cam

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FOX News

Experts advise making Veterans Day one of action to help those struggling

news outletFOX News
Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

"Family and friends can be a great catalyst to get veterans connected to professional services when needed," said Ian Stanley with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

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The Denver Post

Colorado’s hospitalizations rise dramatically as flu and RSV spread

news outletThe Denver Post
Publish DateNovember 10, 2022

In late October, the COVID-19 Scenario Modeling Hub released projections that the country could have a wave that’s similar to what it saw over the summer, said Beth Carlton, an associate professor of environmental and occupational health at the Colorado School of Public Health. But hospitalizations are already where they were during the summer peak, and the cases and positivity rate suggest infections aren’t slowing down yet, she said.

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