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VCU Health has enrolled 38 people in COVID-19 treatment trials to test two drugs, remdesivir and sarilumab.
Women's health experts at VCU Health weigh in on whether home births during COVID-19
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Former patient returns to VCU Health as a nurse - in the same unit she was treated in as a child.
Staff at VCU are well-prepared to care for coronavirus patients
Dr. Gonzalo Bearman, VCU’s chair of the Division of Infectious Diseases, talks about our preparedness for COVID-19.
The first living liver donation at VCU Medical Center in five years, was between a father and a son.
Dr. Daniel Nixon, Medical Director of the VCU HIV Clinic, talks about how patients with AIDS can thrive today
Doctors at VCU Medical Center performed transplant surgery for two coworkers.
Mary-Jo Sawyer is a registered dietitian with VCU Health, talks about a powerful, easy, and tasty route to better health
VCU Health doctor working with the VCU College of Engineering to pilot a program that would deliver naloxone to the scene of an opioid overdose.
Medical personnel now have a new tool in aiding trauma patients being transported by helicopter.
Richmond Magazine - New Kent County and VCU Health break ground on a new emergency center
TIME Magazine - Studies identify vaginal microbiome signatures that could help assess risk of premature birth, particularly for African American women
The 2019 Shining Knight Gala Saturday at the Greater Richmond Convention Center honored those who protect and save lives in Central Virginia.
VCU Health honored Lt. Brad Clark and all of the Shining Knights who helped save Johnson and Lewis's lives, at the Shining Knight Gala on May 18.
Emergency first responders - doctors, nurses, and others who save trauma patients' lives - were honored by Virginia Commonwealth University.
A new type of robotic surgery is a milestone in kidney transplantation, and VCU Hume-Lee Transplant Center says Dr. Chandra Bhati is the first on the East Coast to perform it.
Nephrology physician assistant Deron Page serves up warmth
A heart transplant at VCU Health ended Cherron Gilmore's nine-year battle with post-partum heart failure.
Leo Dunn’s influence transformed women’s health care in Richmond.
Researchers at VCU Massey Cancer Center and Dartmouth College have harnessed the power of social media to understand differences in attitudes and behaviors about human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination.
VCU Health patient receives a warm welcome back after transplant surgeries.
VCU Health’s Dr. Chandra Bhati first on East Coast to use robotic-assisted surgery for kidney transplants.
VCU School of Medicine is the only medical institution in the United States providing this type of training
VCU Health System announced plans to build an 86-bed inpatient children’s hospital
Dr. Phoebe Ashley, cardiologist at VCU Pauley Heart Center, gives tips for heart health