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    When a heart is failing and transplantation isn’t an option or is not immediately available, a ventricular assist device, or VAD, can save a life. For some patients, a ventricular assist device, or VAD, can be a...

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  • Transforming Heart Care

    See the many ways Providence Heart Institute is creating the future of heart care today, through innovative patient care, prevention and wellness programs, and research.

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    Providence Heart Institute is armed with $75 million from Phil and Penny Knight, ambition and the know-how to pick up the slack from OHSU and bring back heart transplants to Oregon

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  • New study for metastatic breast cancer focuses on immunotherapy combination

    A newly opened study for metastatic HER2-negative breast cancer will evaluate an alternative systemic treatment combination that omits or delays the use of chemotherapy while improving the efficacy and durability of...

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