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Aurora Research News

Aurora Health Care is an international destination for patient-centered bench (basic science), translational and clinical research. From announcing new clinical trials to publishing information about care breakthroughs, we often have exciting news to share.

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HealthWatch: Aurora BayCare Medical Center site of Auxora clinical trial

WFRV-TV Local 5 - March 17, 2021

WFRV-TV Local 5 in Green Bay ran a story highlighting Aurora BayCare Medical Center's participation in a drug trial for COVID-19 pneumonia.

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Convalescent Plasma Improved Survival in COVID-19 Patients with Blood Cancers

News Wise - Feb. 5, 2021

Michael Thompson, MD, PhD, oncologist and hematologist and investigator for Advocate Aurora Research Institute, co-authors a study on the use of convalescent plasma in patients with cancer.

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Research News Releases

Advocate Aurora Health joins study of personalized blood test for people with colorectal cancer

Two Advocate Aurora sites will evaluate the effectiveness of the SIGNATERATM ctDNA test in detecting and monitoring residual disease in colorectal cancer patientsMarch 18, 2021

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Advocate Aurora Research Institute clinical trial examines immunotherapy drug to treat lung cancer

The study will take place at all 17 Wisconsin-based Advocate Aurora Health NCORP sites

March 16, 2021

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