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Welcome to the St. Joseph Hospital online newsroom. Here you’ll find the latest hospital news.

Limiting Tumors and Infections Instead of Killing Them
Feb 9, 2017
Drug resistance is a problem when treating infections and cancer. Sometimes the solution is to contain instead of destroy infectious organisms and cancer cells. When you have a serious infection or cancer, it’s natural to want it destroyed as ...
Orange County Homeless Deaths Hit All-time High
Feb 3, 2017
Orange County Homeless Deaths Hit All-time High The deaths are so common they’re routine. Sean, 47, drank himself to death on a bus stop bench in Anaheim. Bruce, 63, collapsed and died on a freeway off ramp from heart disease and an untreated seizure disorder. Zachary, 28, overdosed on ...
Santa Ana Construction Worker Raises Awareness of Male Breast Cancer
Feb 1, 2017
ORANGE, Calif. (KABC) - It's often viewed as a woman's disease, but the American Cancer Society says about 2,500 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year and about 500 die. One Santa Ana construction worker wants men to wake up to the ...
The Clear Thing About China’s Smog
Jan 13, 2017
The air pollution that plagues Beijing and other cities worldwide can have short-term and long-term health consequences. Beijing's air pollution makes for a well-rounded sensory experience: There's the sight of the brown haze rolling into the ...