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New, worldwide clinical research study for liver cancer happening in Dayton
A clinical study is a carefully conducted, controlled investigation used to uncover more effective ways to prevent, diagnose, treat, and understand human disease. As of February 2018, ClinicalTrials.gov lists more than 265,600 clinical research studies going on in the United States and 203 other countries. Performed by both public and private research organizations using volunteer patients, the focus can vary greatly from clinical drug trials and behavioral studies, to new surgical procedures or medical devices. To participate, patients must meet…
Dayton Physicians Opens Phase III Clinical Trial
As we strive for cutting edge treatments and look for new opportunities to serve our patients, we are excited to announce Dayton Physicians Research Center is the first research site in the world to open a new Phase III clinical trial for hepatocellular cancer and we have enrolled the first patient on this trial!
MVH Foundation Welcomes New Board of Trustees Member
Mark Monsour, MD, is a specialist associated with the Urology and Robotics department of Dayton Physicians Network. Since 2005, he has served as Chief of Urology at MVH where he helped initiate the robotics program, and URONAV, a specialized 3T MRI system targeting prostate biopsies. He is past-president of the co-management group for Miami Valley South Surgery. He received his undergraduate degree from the the U.D and his medical degree at the University of Lousiville. He received postgraduate education at…