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The dozens of people who helped a college student on the long road to recovery following a car crash are honored at VCU Health’s annual Shining Knight Gala. more

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In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, several Richmond medical care providers share their views on gun violence, plus more of the week's health news. more

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Annual health care facility rankings from U.S. News & World Report include three facilities from metro Richmond, plus more of the week's health news. more

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A federal agency that provided $80 million this fiscal year in research funding to VCU faces a 19 percent cut in its budget, plus the week's health news. more

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A cadre of care-givers helping a Montpelier mom in her recovery after she was struck by a car while jogging will be honored Saturday at the VCU Shining Knight Gala. more

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The Richmond Heart Walk is the stroll that keeps on giving. more

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Richmond’s only all-abilities park celebrates a successful first year, plus other health and medicine news of the week more

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Physicians urge greater awareness of concussions and their treatment. more

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Three metro Richmond hospitals are ranked in the Top 15 in Virginia, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2016-2017 Best Hospitals list, released today. more

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Working the maternity ward a labor of love for one nurse more

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The standardized patient program is a unique day job for several Richmond stage veterans whose acting skills help medical students learn how to interact with patients and to practice their skills on real people. more

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A VCU Medical School researcher's innovative approach has resulted in a new vaccine against Lyme disease in canines and work is underway in developing a human vaccine more

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A nonprofit that provides breast cancer screening to the poor and underinsured holds its first fundraiser, and other news and notes from Richmond's medical community. more

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Dr. Colin Banas, VCU's Chief Medical Information Officer and Jason Alexander, VCU's Chief Information Security Officer explain what causes medical data breaches and how you can keep your information safe. more

Richmond ready for when cyclist’s skin meets pavement more

Twenty-one years after the discovery of an old medical school well filled with the bones of men, women and children — most of them African-American — a descendant community grapples with how to right a wrong. more

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Therapies available now offer dramatic improvements for people whose cancer has metastasized. Those cutting-edge therapies are part of the treatment that former President Jimmy Carter is receiving as he battles melanoma. more

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The Shining Knight Gala not only honors trauma survivors and their caregivers, it also raises funds for the Level 1 trauma center at VCU Medical Center's violence prevention efforts. more

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