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Dear Friends,

One week until #GivingTuesday: A Day of Giving for a Whole Tomorrow!

You have seen the courageous story of Blanca Rodriguez and the amazing caregivers who saved her life during her battle with COVID-19 and childbirth. Are you ready to learn about some of Loma Linda University Health's groundbreaking research studies?

At Loma Linda University Health, in addition to excellence in education and healthcare, we believe that research fuels approaches to our wholeness-centered medical practices. Explore some of the amazing research studies below. Contribute to healthy living on #GivingTuesday by supporting the Vision 2020 Research Fund!

     
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Loma Linda University Health participating in national COVID-19 study at Harvard.

Loma Linda University Health is part of a national collaborative effort to better understand COVID-19 and how treatments might be developed to help populations most affected.

Loma Linda University (LLU) Medical Center physicians working in the intensive care unit are participating in the Harvard University-led study. The LLU Medical Center is one of 68 hospitals contributing to the ongoing research that has now been published in two medical journals.

Of the more than 5,000 patients in the national registry from March 4 to June 30, Loma Linda University Health has successfully contributed data on 57 patients treated in our medical intensive care unit. 

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We have known for years that what we eat influences how long we live. See what Dr. Miles is uncovering!

For the first time Loma Linda University Health researcher, Fayth Miles is uncovering why that is through a new and innovative project! Dr. Miles is interested in how the foods we eat, specifically highly-processed or animal-based foods, impact how long we live. She contrasts these things to plant-based or vegetarian diets, examining how the effects of these diets are different.

Dr. Miles’s research is possible because of the Adventist Health Study, which is the longest longevity study of its kind and one of the most sited and influential studies related to plant-based diets and health.

Funding from the Ardmore Institute of Health is helping ensure Dr. Miles and other researchers can continue their ground breaking work. Ron Stout, President of the Ardmore Institute of Health says, “the Adventist Health Study is critically important to our understanding of how we can live healthier, better quality lives, not just by what we eat but how we live our lives—mental, spiritual and physical.”

Your donations help support the incredible efforts of Dr. Miles and others as they discover exciting new advancements that help us longer and healthier.

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You can help advance research at Loma Linda University Health by joining in generosity this #GivingTuesday! 

Now until December 1, 2020, any dollar amount you choose to give will be doubled thanks to our #GivingTuesday match gift provided by our two generous donors Johnny and Kimberly Hernandez! Support today and double the impact you have on groundbreaking research!

Together we heal. Together we help. Together we stand on #GivingTuesday: A day of giving for a whole tomorrow.

     
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