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Joe Landsman, President of UT Medical Center, stands next to James J. Neutens, MD, Dean of the UT Graduate School of Medicine

In this issue of Frontiers, we spotlight the latest in imaging for cancer patients, see how medical center physicians collaborated to save an expectant mom with breast cancer and learn how the medical center is helping fight the opioid crisis.

As an academic medical center, we take pride in how we contribute to the community through healing, education and discovery and hope you enjoy reading about some of our latest endeavors.

As always we welcome your feedback at frontiers@utmck.edu.

Signatures of Joe Landsman and James J. Neutens, MD

 


Shaunta Chamberlin


Celebrating Life

Shaunta Chamberlin was pregnant when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Here’s how our physicians collaborated to treat Shaunta and to deliver baby Max safely.
 


Bottle of Hydrocodone


Combating Opioid Abuse

The opioid epidemic has devastated East Tennessee. The University of Tennessee Medical Center plays a vital role in fighting the crisis through a multi-level approach.
 


Woman going through PET/CT scanner


The Image of Health

A new PET/CT tool called OncoFreeze gives cancer patients the clearest scans in the shortest times (nine minutes or less). The medical center is the only place you can get it.
 

 

5 minutes with a pharmacist

When drug shortages occur, medical center pharmacists collaborate locally and nationally to ensure patients get the medication they need.

 

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Woman pharmacist holding a box of medication in a pharmacy


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