Lynne Terry

Briefly: OHSU Opposes Trump Move Against Affirmative Action

Oregon Health & Science University is worried that the move will hurt diversity on its campus, which it has made one of its priorities.

Oregon Health & Science University has come out against a move by the administration of President Donald Trump against the consideration of race in college admissions.

Confirmed Case of Measles in Portland Metro Area

Multnomah County is tracking a case of measles, identifying as many as 500 people who might have been exposed. At highest risk are 40 people, mostly infants.

Multnomah County is tracking a case of measles and has notified 500 people that they might have been exposed.

The Lund Report has a New Editor-in-Chief

Veteran journalist Lynne Terry takes the helm, replacing Courtney Sherwood, who will return to her main passion -- reporting.

There's a change at The Lund Report.

I’ve been hired as editor-in-chief, replacing Courtney Sherwood, who oversaw the website overhaul and served ably as editor-in-chief for 14 months. Courtney has decided that she wants to return to full-time reporting, her true passion.

Vancouver Trust Gives Money to Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, established by the estate of the co-founder of Tektronix, gave the Oregon nonprofit $200,000 among nearly $15 million in grants.

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust in Vancouver has handed out nearly $15 million in grants to Oregon nonprofits, including Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare.

As Cancer Treatment Costs Soar, Young People Pay the Most

Led by a Portland-based researcher, a new study digs into the cost of care across different cancers and populations.

The rising cost of cancer care, with new drugs priced at $100,000 or more a year, worries policymakers and analysts concerned about the high healthcare bill in the United States.

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