An Oregon Health & Science University study found that only a quarter of the country's residential treatment centers offered buprenorphine, the only drug approved by the FDA to treat opioid dependence in teens.
An icon in Oregon’s agriculture industry has died. For decades, Bernadine Strik did groundbreaking work in the field of horticulture at Oregon State University. Her forte was in berries, co-releasing 38 different cultivars and revolutionizing how some crops are grown today. Strik died in April at the age of 60.
The event at Paine Field in Everett, Washington, attracted prominent politicians and a throng of students interested in aviation in a sign of the current buzz around hydrogen fuel as a means to decarbonize air travel.
Drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease have been in development for decades, but almost every clinical trial has ended in disappointment. One theory is that we’re treating people too late and not long enough.