Expert Tips and Advice for Women's Health
A study for people with GI cancers and two studies for people with advanced and early-stage lung cancer hope to develop better treatment options with the help of immunotherapy.
Providence researchers say comprehensive genomic profiling can be pivotal in identifying gene mutations in a patient and tailoring personalized treatment strategies.
Did you know? Midwives not only offer support during pregnancy but also throughout all stages of women’s health.
Breast surgeon Lorena Gonzalez, MD, is a trusted adviser to patients, in part because she’s been in their shoes. Here she shares key information women should know.
Two new studies available at Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, at division of Providence Cancer Institute of Oregon, to evaluate new treatments for triple-negative breast cancer.
Providence Holy Cross Medical Center doctors, nurses and specialists transferred eight tiny patients this week from temporary space to a newly expanded and renovated neonatal intensive care unit.
For Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, Providence Cancer Institute highlights a clinical trial that evaluates the safety and effectiveness of a new oral treatment for grade 1 endometrial cancer.
Providence's Pavilion for Women and Children is hosting a Women's Wellness Day Cancer Screening event on July 15th.
The mind-gut connection and how to improve it
Portland painter credits the support of Providence providers and creating art for helping her recover and heal from breast cancer and the loss of her mother.
Growing the Providence Swedish comprehensive women’s health care program in the South Puget Sound, to bring the highest level of specialty services for women in our community.
Virtual talks at Providence highlight MRI-guided radiation therapy for treating breast cancer, pancreatic cancer treatments, and sexual health during and after ovarian cancer.
The female face of caregiving
A women’s health expert at Providence talks about the importance of good sexual health and answers common questions about female sexual dysfunction.
For Black History Month, Providence is honoring the Black Americans who have broken barriers and improved medicine for all Americans.
Cardiologists at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett can help you start to understand your potential risks by taking their online Heart Health Quiz.
You just found out you’re pregnant, but what now? Providence Regional Medical Center Everett’s hospital-based certified nurse-midwives provide personalized maternity care to achieve your ideal birth e
A women’s health expert at Providence talks about mental health and giving yourself the gift of mental wellness this holiday season.
Reproductive hormones do more than regulate cycles, and support fertility and pregnancy. They also play a big role in your mood.
We show you how to stay healthy at every age, providing specific information on working with your primary care provider and heart and bone health.
Estrogen plays a big role in keeping our bones healthy and strong. Learn more – including how you can prevent bone loss.
We continue our series with Dr. Melanie Santos about questions women may want to ask their primary care doctors. Our focus this month: Women in their 40s.
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for women in the United States. Let your primary care provider become your partner in managing risk factors.
Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death for women. Hormones and hormone replacement therapy can play a role. Here’s what you should know.
We offer care for every step of the pregnancy care process, friendly and knowledgeable nurses, and state-of-the-art neonatal care.
Women are three times more likely than men to get migraine headaches. Learn what triggers migraine attacks and how to reduce their impact on your life.
Chrys Nguyen credits her upbringing and frame of mind in staying grounded during life’s challenges. Read her story and celebrate Women’s History Month.
These articles from Providence Women’s Health experts can help you better understand endometriosis from diagnosis through treatment.
Gynecologic cancer patients and their caregivers are invited to attend a free, virtual education event on March 9.
Heart disease is the #1 cause of death for women in the U.S., but many don’t realize it. Learn what you should know about your heart health.