The venom attaches to tumor cells and not the useful cells.
The program started Thursday at Walgreens locations in Spokane and will be available during regular pharmacy hours with no appointment needed.
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The outbreak is centered around women age 20-29.
As for the new ambulance policy, Dr. Morris said it was created in an effort to see veterans who have been waiting first.
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Healthplanfinder CEO Richard Onizuka blames the IT vendor, Deloitte, for running an automated cancellation process Monday night.
WSU is pursuing its own medical school that aims to put more students in rural areas for a longer period of time.
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WSU has asked students to make sure their measles, mumps and rubella vaccinations are up to date before they return from break.
The Scough provides a "stylish" alternative to the surgical mask to keep out germs, according to its creators
Dr. Condon will charge $125 a month per adult or $1500 a year. This includes children at no additional cost.
The U.S. also hopes to use two bases in Italy and Germany for returning troops based in that region.
An employee at Kootenai Health said he still will not get a flu shot even though he knows he could be fired.
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Public health physicians held a press conference Friday afternoon to answer questions about the patient.
The study said the average cost of a medical education in the UW program is about $70,000 compared to the estimated $98,000 per student at a stand-alone WSU medical school.
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The CDC has confirmed that two children hospitalized in September had respiratory illnesses associated with the virus. Health officials said the children were between the ages of 0 and 10 years old and both were discharged.
Officials could not elaborate on those claims but the Spokane Regional Health District said a number of health professionals have called concerned about the disease and how it can spread.