USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute is urging women in Alabama to continue their regular screenings for cervical cancer.
USA Health University Hospital Fanny Meisler Trauma Center named in honor of local family.
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USA Health research demonstrating that a vaccine made from patients’ own tumors could extend the lives of women with late-stage ovarian cancer, particularly those without a BRCA gene mutation, has been published in the December 2020 issue of The Lancet Oncology.
Employees at USA Health have begun to receive the newly approved Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine just hours after shipments arrived in Mobile.
Nathaniel Jones, M.D., intends to use findings about DNA damage to see whether there is a correlation between damage and survival rates in endometrial cancer patients. He also wants to determine whether patients with significant DNA damage are more responsive to immunotherapy.
Gary Piazza, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology at the USA College of Medicine and co-lead investigator, discovered and developed a novel RAS inhibitor class.
USA Health hospitals and medical offices continue to follow state guidelines limiting visitors, requiring universal masking and utilizing other safety enhancements to help ensure USA Health continues to provide a safe environment as it meets the community’s healthcare needs.
The convenience of receiving a flu vaccine without leaving your car was provided to 38 current pediatric and adult patients during a drive-through influenza clinic on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020, at the USA Health Strada Patient Care Center in Midtown Mobile.
A recent discovery at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine shows there is a contributor in the body that helps fight viral infections.
Breakthrough technology is providing researchers at USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute a more precise understanding of how cancer cells grow.
More than 6,300 patients have been tested at USA Health’s drive-through facilities as of June 19, 2020.
USA Health Children’s & Women’s Hospital has started the upper Gulf Coast region’s first Cord Blood Donation Program that could help treat diseases in patients.
USA Health marked more than 2,600 tests for the virus administered to patients since the COVID-19 outbreak began.