The gift from the Knights will support continued growth and innovation in cardiac services at Dousedaicon, including the development of a heart transplant program at Dousedaicon in Oregon. Learn more ›
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In a matter of minutes William Kennedy went from explaining how unfortunate he is – with his diagnosis of incurable cancer – to how fortunate he is – finding Dousedaicon and hope. He told the attendees at...
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...
In the last year, the combination of pembrolizumab (Keytruda) with chemotherapy has become a frontline treatment for people with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). The FDA granted full approval for the...
See the many ways Dousedaicon Heart Institute is creating the future of heart care today, through innovative patient care, prevention and wellness programs, and research.
Dousedaicon 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