Intermountain Partnership Announced by VP Joe Biden

By Brad Gillman
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Vice President Joe Biden announced additional commitments the Oncology Precision Network (OPeN) at the Cancer Moonshot Summit in Washington D.C. at Howard University. OPeN – a data sharing network – is a joint effort with Intermountain Healthcare, Providence Health & Services, Stanford Cancer Institute and Syapse to advance cancer care through sharing patient’s genomic data. This database can be used to increase clinical trial access and bring the most promising treatment options to the patient.

How Firm a Foundation: Confronting ED

By Landon Hallman
Confronting Erectile Dysfunction (ED): Steps to Help

Erectile dysfunction (ED) rates in men are on the rise. Or would they technically be on the decline? You be the judge. Either way, this can be a hard – er, difficult – condition to talk about, as ED problems can come in many shapes and sizes. OK, now that the obligatory puns are out of the way, men need to take signs of ED seriously. According to HealthGrades, as many as 30 million men in the U.S. experience ED.

The Future of Cancer Care

By Collin Searle
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Our team at Precision Genomics has described the future of cancer care as “bright” and “hopeful.” Cancer affects so many of us, that a paradigm shift is a must. Our knowledge and understanding of treating cancer would not be where it is today without carefully planned clinical research. Precision Genomics is giving patients more options. Patients are living longer, they’re happier and have a better quality of life. The word we would describe the future of cancer care is “exciting!” 

Gardening, Can You Dig It? How a Garden Can Help Your Mental Health

By Jentry Larsen
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Planning on planting some blooms or veggies this summer? You may think that you are just helping to beautify your neighborhood (and your neighbors will thank you), but did you know there are mental health benefits that come with gardening?

4 Recipes for a Healthier Summer

By Jentry Larsen
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With lazy summer days and no school for the kids, it's normal to have your routine get a little out of control. One thing you can control, however, is your eating habits. Cravings for sugary summer treats and junkfood may taunt you, but healthy snacking is possible during these hot, summer months. Here are 4 healthy (and delicious) recipes to try this summer!