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Saving Smiles! Saving Lives! The Fight Against Head & Neck Cancer

September 24, 2012

The Joan's Foundadation Dental Community partner with OSU Head & Neck Oncology for early detection of HN cancer. The rest of the story

Sinus Infections: viral or bacterial? A new test may help determine the source

September 10, 2012

Dr. Das is featured in Columbus Dispatch article about overuse of antibiotics used in viral infections. New at-home test will tell patients which type of infection they have. The rest of the story

"Toawrd A Cancer-Free World": HPV and Cancer

August 23, 2012

Dr. Teknos is interviewed by 10tv: subject is the role of the HPV virus The rest of the story

But For Ohio State

August 16, 2012

But For Ohio State story on patient Dr. Paul. Surgery performed by Dr. Welling. The rest of the story

Cheer For Your Team, But Save Your Voice

August 08, 2012

Yelling at sporting events can damage your vocal cords. The rest of the story

2012 NF2 Ohio Gathering is October 5-7

July 31, 2012

The Neurofibromatosis Type II Ohio Gathering will be held Columbus Day weekend, October 5-7, at the Drury Inn and Suites in Grove City, Ohio The rest of the story

August 25th Community Grand Rounds-open to the public

July 31, 2012

Saturday, August 25, 2012: Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery – Community Engagement Grand Rounds Open to Public The rest of the story

Staff Recognition

July 18, 2012

Staff recognition for the years of service with OSU/OSUP The rest of the story

Surprising Insights from Study of Deaf Children, Language Skills

July 13, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Eight year-old Britan and her 10-year-old brother, Carson, have been going to the same summer camp for the past two years. For an entire day, they laugh, play games, eat pizza - and then chat with scientists who literally hang on every word they say. That’s because Britan, who can hear normally, and Carson, who hears through cochlear implants – artificial ears for deaf people - are part of a study in the speech development laboratory at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center looking at the relationship between hearing and language skills. The rest of the story

Students Craft Blankets to Comfort Ohio State Cancer Patients

May 08, 2012

Ohio State’s College of Medicine students made no-sew fleece blankets during the second annual Buckeye Blanket Bash that benefited the patients of Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Students and families who visited campus made blankets and cards that will be delivered to patients next week. The event, from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the RPAC Amphitheater, had live music and free food. Christopher Esber, one of the co-founders of Buckeye Blanket Bash and a third-year graduate student in medicine, brought this project to OSU from his undergraduate experience at the University of Notre Dame. Roger Addleman, a program manager of guest services at the James Cancer Hospital is also quoted. The rest of the story

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