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The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center has been designated a Center of Excellence by the Myelodysplastic Syndromes Foundation, making it the only one in the state that holds this designation and can now provide patients access to an international network of specialized physicians.
Five members of UAB’s environmental services department will be feted in “United we Sing: A Grammy® Salute to the Unsung Heroes,” airing Sunday, June 21, at 7 p.m. CT on the CBS network.
Jock Allen, a 28-year-old from Jasper, Alabama, has captured the spirits of many across Alabama and beyond since he was admitted to UAB Hospital last month.
ACCSAP is the American College of Cardiology’s self-assessment program covering the entire field of adult clinical cardiology. Bittner has been with UAB since 1987.
Summer means blood shortages, especially in the summer of coronavirus.
In light of COVID-19, UAB’s Women & Infants Center has made key enhancements to the patient experience to protect all who seek care.
An O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center scientist presents at a major oncology meeting about a novel artificial intelligence software tool to assist evaluating tumor response in advanced cancers.
Dermatologist Lauren Kole, M.D., offers expert advice to help keep your complexion clear while protecting yourself and others from COVID-19.
UAB Hospital is the only Alabama facility named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of 100 Great Hospitals in America.
O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB investigators will present pioneering research at the 56th American Society of Clinical Oncology virtual national meeting.
Learning and performing magic tricks has been shown to benefit children and adults with disabilities. UAB’s annual Magic Camp is free and open to children ages 9-18 diagnosed with a disability.
UAB Medicine has always followed strict guidelines for cleaning its hospitals and clinics, and is doing even more during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Antibody tests are not used to diagnose a current COVID-19 infection. They look for evidence in a patient’s bloodstream that the person has been exposed to COVID-19 in the past.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined the importance of strict blood pressure control in the development of atrial fibrillation, which can lead to poor outcomes such as stroke, heart attacks and death.
UAB’s response to COVID-19 has far reaching effects, from Birmingham, across the state and worldwide.
UAB’s School of Engineering continues to move forward with development of personal protective equipment.
Cloth face masks must cover the mouth and nose and fit snugly against the side of the face.
To make your own mask, you will need a T-shirt, sharp scissors, pen or marker, and a ruler.
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