Cancer treatment is all about preserving the life and the quality of life of the patient, but often that is not the case when it comes to rehabilitation.
A team of researchers at West Virginia University’s School of Public Health, the Cancer Institute, found that rehabilitation recommendations are included in cancer-treatment guidelines from around the world. The guidelines recommended rehab for a variety of cancer types and the consequences of cancer treatment. However, Dr. Nicole Stout, one of the researchers, said there is a great disconnect that exists between guidelines and reality.
WBUR-TV Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd talks to Robin Pollini, associate professor of behavioral medicine and psychiatry and epidemiology at West Virginia University, about the HIV outbreak in West Virginia.
WVU in the News: HIV is on the loose in West Virginia, and so is a moral panic about needle exchanges
In a recent article from Mother Jones, WVU School of Medicine and School of Public Health Associate Professor Robin Pollini, PhD, MPH, discusses the surge of an HIV outbreak in West Virginia.
According to West Virginia University professor Michael McCawley, the insidiousness of plastic lies largely within.