Uc Health Primary Care Internal Medicine

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Uc Health Primary Care Internal Medicine
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11340 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45249
(513) 489-7457
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Seasonal allergies are out in full force. Here are some helpful tips from Dr. Lee Zimmer on how to treat symptoms. bit.ly/2nYSuJK

With spring officially upon us, seasonal allergies are coming out in full force. Here are some helpful tips, courtesy of Lee Zimmer, MD, PhD, on how to treat allergy symptoms. We have added more dates for free allergy screening, which are being offered at our offices in West Chester on March 31, Middletown on April 5, and Clifton on April 6. Space is limited, so call (513) 475-8400 to schedule your appointment.
Dr. Lee Zimmer with UC Health has tips to treat allergy symptoms.


(2/2) Thank you to our compassionate, expert physicians, clinicians and staff who train for events like this and hope they never happen.


(1/2) Our thoughts are with those affected by the incident this morning.

Our thoughts are with those affected by the incident this morning. Thank you to our compassionate, expert physicians, clinicians and staff who train for events like this and hope they never happen.


Not all Parkinson's patients are the same, and a new approach to treatment could help individual patients. bit.ly/2mzHu5H

"Looking at the disease from a systems biology perspective allows us to recognize that our patients can be divided into subtypes based on genetic, biological and molecular abnormalities. As a result, they will respond differently to different therapies." Not all Parkinson's patients are the same. New publications from the University of Cincinnati theorize that a "precision medicine" approach to treating the disease could help to improve treatment for individual patients.
Researchers from the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute outline a transformative approach to defining, studying and treating Parkinson

Look how Gabby has grown! Happy National Puppy Day to all of our Pet Therapy Program ambassadors!


Look how Gabby has grown! Happy #NationalPuppyDay to all of our Pet Therapy Program ambassadors! https://t.co/XLvJWtMlNk

The key to surviving cancer may lie in boosting the body's own immune response, according to research at the University of Cincinnati.
Researchers from the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute are currently conducting a clinical trial for stage 4, non-small cell lung cancer patients using a combination of immunotherapy drugs.