Posts Tagged ‘AIDS’

Dine out for life with the OHSU Partnership Project

For it’s 7th year Dining Out For Life comes to Portland on Thursday, April 30, 2015. In the early 1990s, AIDS looked very different than it does today. In Oregon, approximately 350 people were dying a year from AIDS. Today, fewer than 100 Oregonians are dying from AIDS, thanks to a number of advancements: The development of medications successfully fighting the virus Increased testing, so people know their status earlier Systems put into place, linking … Read More

OHSU clears major hurdle in quest for AIDS vaccine and cure

After more than a decade of research, an OHSU team of vaccine and gene therapy experts has developed an AIDS vaccine candidate that appears to completely clear HIV from the body. This breakthrough, led by Louis Picker, M.D., could overcome the biggest obstacles to developing an effective vaccine for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS in humans. How does it work? The vaccine uses a unique method to better equip the body’s immune system to … Read More

Why 96,000 Square Miles?

OHSU Health Fair at Pioneer Square.

President Robertson is fond of saying that OHSU has a 96,000 square mile campus, serving Oregonians “from Enterprise to Coos Bay, from Portland to Klamath Falls.”

This blog aims to highlight that breadth. 96,000 Square Miles (96K for short) will focus on the people of OHSU, the Oregonians we serve and the ripple effect of our work in Oregon and beyond.

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