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Costly medicines. Untreatable disease. Doctor shortages around the world.

We’re working every day on these issues, and your support can help:

  • Save lives with the latest treatments
  • Invest in the next generation’s healthcare providers
  • Discover new ways to treat illness and injury

Explore ways you can support the Health System.

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  • These awards reflect the ongoing collaboration of our care teams to find ways to improve on our excellent, specialized care.

    U.S. News Ranks UVA as No. 1 Hospital in Virginia

    For the second year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has ranked UVA as the No. 1 hospital in Virginia.

    The 2017-2018 “Best Hospitals” guide also honors 10 UVA specialties as among the best in the U.S. 

    Six specialties are among the top 50 nationally: Cancer, Ear, Nose & Throat, Orthopedics, Urology, Diabetes & Endocrinology, and Cardiology & Heart Surgery.  

    U.S. News recognized an additional four UVA specialties as “high performing”: Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Nephrology, Neurology & Neurosurgery, and Pulmonology. 

    Read more about the rankings.
  • Up to 12 percent of men who suffer from infertility have an autoimmune response to their own reproductive cells.

    How the Testes Interact with the Immune System

    Recent UVA School of Medicine research could be a game-changer when it comes to some cases of male infertility, certain autoimmune diseases and cancer vaccine failure.

    Science textbooks note that an impenetrable wall of cells separates the testes from the immune system. But the researchers discovered that this isn’t true: There’s actually a small door in the wall. When testes create sperm, they release antigens, substances that can trigger an immune response, and the immune system ignores them.

    Since cancer vaccines target antigens, scientists developing these vaccines need to make sure they’re not targeting the same antigens that the immune system ignores.

    In some infertility cases, mens’ immune systems are essentially attacking their sperm. This discovery helps researchers understand how that’s happening, which could lead to new treatments.

    Two years ago, UVA researchers also discovered a direct link between the immune system and the brain. 

    Read more about the link between the testes and the immune system.
  • It would be magical just to change your diet, to change the bacteria you take, and fix your health – and your mood.

    Researchers Reverse Depression Symptoms In Mice With Yogurt

    Depression is one of the most common mental health conditions in the U.S. What if, to treat it, you could simply adjust your diet? UVA School of Medicine researchers may be one step closer to this reality. They reversed depression symptoms in mice by feeding them Lactobacillus, a bacteria commonly found in yogurt.

    The next step is for researchers to confirm these findings in patients with depression. They hope that this discovery will lead to new strategies for treating depression and other conditions, such as anxiety.

    However, people who are currently receiving treatment for depression should not stop taking their medications without talking to their doctor. 

    Read more about depression, yogurt and how our guts influence our mood.

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