St. Louis, Missouri Healthcare News

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12/6/2022 Thriving Cancer Therapy Strategy Extends to Autoimmune Sickness — ScienceDaily
A cancer therapy recognized as Automobile-T has revolutionized the remedy of some blood cancers due to the fact its introduction in 2017. Scientists at the Washington University Faculty of Drugs in St. Louis are now researching mice with an autoimmune sickness related to multiple sclerosis (MS) and are utilizing ...
archynetys.com
12/6/2022 Career Central: FedEx, Walmart, P&G hiring at Holly Jolly hiring fair
ST. LOUIS Two more hiring events left in the SLATE Missouri Job Center second annual Holly Jolly Holiday series. SLATE Missouri Job Center's second annual Holly Jolly Holiday Hiring Fair Continues on Dec. 8th The events aim to bridge the gap between job seekers and businesses looking to hire ...
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12/6/2022 Immunotherapy Eliminates Disease-Causing Cells in Multiple Sclerosis-Like Disease
Summary: CAR-T, a therapy generally used in the treatment of cancer, has been shown to eliminate unhealthy cells that trigger autoimmunity in mouse models of multiple sclerosis. Source: Washington University The cancer therapy known as CAR-T has revolutionized treatment of some blood cancers since it was introduced in ...
neurosciencenews.com
12/6/2022 Pharmacy Technician 3 | BJC HealthCare
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12/6/2022 Flooding of the Meramec River
Flooding of the Meramec River In Missouri History Today By Missouri LifeOn December 6, 1982, over 10,000 homes were under water in the areas of Fenton and Pacific. The Meramec River was out of its banks and even closed Interstate 44 in St. Louis County. This post was contributed by ...
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12/6/2022 Apple Store Employees Chide Union in Rare Display of Pushback – Yahoo Finance
Bloomberg) Apple Inc. retail employees pushed back on unionization efforts at a location in St. Louis, with staffers saying they don‚Aot want to be represented by the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers, a labor group that recently attempted to organize the store. Most Read from Bloomberg ‚AoHuge ...
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12/6/2022 James R. Donkin
James R. Donkin Aug. 4, 1949 - Dec. 3, 2022 James R. Donkin, 73, of West Frankfort, IL died at 2:58 p.m. Saturday Dec. 3, 2022 in Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. Jim was born Aug. 4, 1949 in Christopher, IL to John and Dorothy (Hogg) Donkin. Surviving are sons: Sean P ...
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12/6/2022 Toriola honored by oncology group
Toriola honored by oncology group Recognized for excellence in breast cancer research Adetunji T. Toriola, MD, PhD, a William H. Danforth Washington University Physician-Scientist Scholar, has received the 2022 Outstanding Investigator Award for Breast Cancer Research from the American Association for Cancer Research. The award is supported by the ...
wustl.edu
12/6/2022 Ascension posts $118.6M loss in Q3
St. Louis-based Ascension reported higher expenses in the three months ended Sept. 30 and ended the quarter with a loss, according to recently released financial documents. Third-quarter operating revenue was $7.2 billion, up from $6.9 billion for the same period in 2021. Operating expenses were $7.3 billion, also ...
Becker's Hospital Review
12/6/2022 St. Luke's reaches tentative contract with nurses, potentially avoids strike
Nurses reached tentative contracts with numerous hospitals in the Twin Cities and Duluth areas, potentially avoiding ill-timed strikes amid an increase in respiratory diseases and patients. A deal with St. Luke's nurses in Duluth was announced by the hospital late Monday, followed by agreements announced early Tuesday morning in ...
Star Tribune
12/5/2022 TikTok Tourette's: Are We Witnessing a Rise in Functional Tic-Like Behavior Driven by Adolescent Social Media Use?
Back to Journals » Psychology Research and Behavior Management » Volume 15 TikTok Tourette's: Are We Witnessing a Rise in Functional Tic-Like Behavior Driven by Adolescent Social Media Use? Authors Frey J , Black KJ , Malaty IA Received 1 September 2022 Accepted for publication 19 November 2022 Published 5 ...
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12/5/2022 Which colleges did the top 10 women CEOs graduate from? | National | nolangroupmedia.com
Best Universities collected information on the schools that the top 10 women Fortune 500 CEOs attended, using company websites, news coverage, and LinkedIn. Which colleges did the top 10 women CEOs graduate from? Updated 58 min ago Catherine Brewer was the first woman in the United States to earn a ...
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12/5/2022 SIHF Healthcare to host photos with Santa in East St. Louis
SIHF Healthcare will host ‚Aua very special opportunity‚Au for children and families to get a photo with Santa from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 23. The event will take place in the 1st-floor lobby of SIHF Healthcare, 100 North 8th Street, East St. Louis. ‚AuWe will ...
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12/5/2022 Harold L. Holman | Obituaries | cannonfallsbeacon.com
... proudly served during the Korean Conflict with the US Army and was honorably discharged in 1957. He married Yvonne Eggemeyer on September 28, 1958 in St. Louis, Missouri. From 1958 - 1983, Harold worked for SS Kresge as store and district manager. He later owned the Ben Franklin Store in Minot ...
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12/5/2022 Harold L. Holman | Obituaries | cannonfallsbeacon.com
... proudly served during the Korean Conflict with the US Army and was honorably discharged in 1957. He married Yvonne Eggemeyer on September 28, 1958 in St. Louis, Missouri. From 1958 - 1983, Harold worked for SS Kresge as store and district manager. He later owned the Ben Franklin Store in Minot ...
cannonfallsbeacon.com
12/5/2022 Former health system CEO to testify in case involving former orthopedic surgeon
Tom VanOsdol, former CEO of Jacksonville, Fla.-based Ascension St. Vincent, will have to testify as the health system defends lawsuits focused on a former orthopedic surgeon at Riverside Hospital, News4Jax reported Dec. 2. Multiple lawsuits allege Richard Heekin, MD, who allegedly suffered a progressive neurological condition, injured patients. Alleged ...
Beckers Spine Review
12/5/2022 Black People Are Nearly 4x More Likely To Be Hospitalized With Flu: CDC | St. Louis' BIN 103.7
Photo: Getty Images New data suggests that Black people are disproportionately suffering this flu season. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Black people with the flu are being hospitalized nearly four times more than their white counterparts the hospitalization rate for Black flu patients landed at ...
binnews.com
12/5/2022 CIOs on the move: 18 appointments of 2022
Here are the following health system and hospital CIO appointments that have been reported on in 2022: - Ellen Wiegand was named CIO and senior vice president of Richmond, Va.-based VCU Health. - Daniel Barchi was named senior executive vice president and CIO of Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health. - James ‚AuJamey‚Au ...
Becker's Hospital Review
12/5/2022 MARCH OF DIMES AWARDS TWO SCIENTISTS THE BASIL O'CONNOR RESEARCH GRANT FOR ADVANCING MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH
ARLINGTON, Va. March of Dimes announces two early career scientists as recipients of the 2022 Basil O'Connor Starter Scholar Research Awards: Dr. Antonina Frolova , MD, PhD from Washington University , St. Louis and Dr. Isaac Marin-Valencia , MD, MS from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. These annual awards support ...
PR Newswire
12/5/2022 MARCH OF DIMES AWARDS TWO SCIENTISTS THE BASIL O'CONNOR RESEARCH GRANT FOR ADVANCING MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH | Markets Insider
ARLINGTON, Va. , Dec. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- March of Dimes announces two early career scientists as recipients of the 2022 Basil O'Connor Starter Scholar Research Awards: Dr. Antonina Frolova , MD, PhD from Washington University , St. Louis and Dr. Isaac Marin-Valencia , MD, MS from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ...
Business Insider
12/5/2022 Hand-washing, patient falls among safety concerns in metro-east, St. Louis hospitals
Hand-washing, patient falls and injuries and collapsed lungs were cited as areas of concern for metro-east area hospitals this autumn, according to a watchdog report released Nov. 16. The Leapfrog Group is a nonprofit organization that provides ratings and safety data for hospitals and it recently released ratings ...
Yahoo News
12/5/2022 STL pediatric hospital hires new CEO
YOUR BUSINESS AUTHORITY Springfield, MO Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital in St. Louis has hired a new CEO. Shawn Dryden is slated to take over on Jan. 1. He succeeds Brett Moorehouse, who announced his plans to exit earlier this year. Dryden currently is vice president of pediatric and maternal ...
sbj.net
12/4/2022 Fungal infections: Dimorphic mycoses have spread geographically in the US according to researchers
By Fungi in the soil cause a significant number of serious lung infections in 48 out of 50 states and the District of Columbia, including many areas long thought to be free of deadly environmental fungi, according to a study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St ...
outbreaknewstoday.com
12/4/2022 Fungal infection: Dimorphic mycosis is geographically popular in the United States, scientists say
by NewsDesk @Bhaktiman63 Soil fungi trigger considerable figures of critical lung infections in 48 of the 50 states and the District of Columbia, like quite a few locations long thought to be totally free of deadly environmental fungi. enhance. In accordance to a study by researchers at the University of ...
archynetys.com
12/4/2022 'Tripledemic': What to know about COVID-19, flu, RSV in the St. Louis area
ST. LOUIS ‚Ai A trio of diseases (COVID-19, Influenza, RSV) are rising throughout the United States, including the St. Louis region. It's a trend many have dubbed ‚Autripledemic‚Au as winter draws closer. Each virus shares similar symptoms, and rising cases could lead to crowded medical facilities in ...
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