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October 1, 2018
A new CDC report has underscored the threat of antibiotic-resistant superbugs. VCU Health's Gonzalo Bearman, an expert in infectious diseases, discusses hand hygiene, isolating patients and how to prevent drug-resistant infection. It begins, he said, with washing your hands.
From marathons to NASCAR races, VCU Health brings the emergency medicine skills to save lives.
Bride-to-be asks altruistic kidney donor to be in her wedding party weeks after meeting. “We do have this connection. We’re in each other’s lives forever.”
“I just want the runner to be happy, [to] help runners of all different ages, of all different abilities,” said Mary Caldwell.
David Kessler will discuss “Tobacco Wars” at the Institute for Contemporary Art.
At 7 months old, Remy Miller was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy. A new drug and a team at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU changed her life.
The VCU Health Hub at 25th is hosting an open house for Richmond East End community members and Virginia Commonwealth University and VCU Health faculty, staff and students.