Adam Pope

Adam Pope

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Public Relations Specialist

arpope@uab.edu • (205) 934-6986

Specific beats include: School of Health Professions ; Division of Transplantation; Xenotransplantation; General Surgery; Division of Gastrointestinal Surgery; Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences; UAB Callahan Eye Hospital ; Department of Otolaryngology; Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine; Division of Preventive Medicine ; Minority Health Research Center; Division of Infectious Diseases; Division of Hematology and Oncology; Department of Urology

Lizzy Davis with the UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences shares the science of how to make your Thanksgiving worth gobbling up.

The largest registry of U.S. children with cancer who were diagnosed with COVID-19 found an increased risk of having severe infection and having their cancer therapy modified because of COVID, underscoring the urgency of vaccinations for these children, the authors say.

The garden beds will be completed on Nov. 16 — Ward’s birthday.
Appointments are encouraged and can be made by visiting uabmedicinevaccine.org or calling 205-975-1881 for assistance.

The 10-week trial will include meals provided by study investigators.

Young cancer survivors are at higher risk of developing subsequent HPV-related cancers than the general population, but less likely to receive the HPV vaccine. Findings from the first clinical trial of its kind support making HPV vaccination a routine part of oncologic care for all young cancer survivors, researchers say.

The partnership between UAB and Tuskegee will build a community of scientists committed to inclusive excellence.
The van will begin making stops at several locations in Birmingham on Nov. 7 and 21, and Dec. 5 and 19.

Many Americans are catching up on missed holiday plans, but should you go ahead and receive your booster shot to ensure the safety of yourself and others?

UAB’s Julie Kanter, M.D., says statewide surveillance programs for sickle cell disease can help facilitate progress to improve outcomes.
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