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Utah Mom Survives Kidney Cancer Thanks to 3D Printing

A Utah woman can now say she survived kidney cancer, thanks to 3D printing technology at Intermountain Medical Center. With the guidance of the printings, Dr. Jay Bishoff performed the surgery on a tumor tucked underneath Linda Green's ribs "We could not appreciate the peak of the tumor that was growing up into the drainage system of the kidney until we did the 3D reconstruction and 3D… → Read More

Salt Lake Comic Con Obtains 50% Stake in Gaming Con

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) Salt Lake Comic Con Co-Founder Dan Farr and Jake Williams with Salt Lake Gaming Con announced Salt Lake Comic Con now has 50 percent ownership in Salt Lake Gaming Con. Salt Lake Gaming Con is one of the top 10 gaming conventions in the United States, with its inaugural three-day event drawing more than 15,000 gamers. SLCC organizers say they plan to take this… → Read More

Watch an IMC Labor & Delivery Nurse in Action

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - When it's time to bring a baby into this world, the labor and delivery nurse becomes a pregnant woman's confidant. In our continued partnership with Intermountain Medical Center we take you inside the delivery room and feature a nurse dedicated to taking care of mom and baby. "That little heart going again, right there," said Intermountain Medical Center Labor &… → Read More

IMC Study Finds Link Between Blood Thinners & Dementia

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - A life-saving drug could also cause a life-altering disease. That's the findings from research from Intermountain Medical Center who studied more than 10,000 patients. Doctors say there's a direct link between blood thinners like warfarin and dementia. Every day thousands of Utahns take a daily regimen of medications for heart health, especially those with atrial… → Read More

Sandy Residents Say Alta View Expansion Blocks Scenic View

SANDY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - A hospital located in the middle of a neighborhood plans to expand. Alta View Hospital begins its three year renovation and expansion plan this spring. The plans are to demolish one building, build two others, and remodel another pair of buildings on the 38 acre campus. While Sandy City leaders say it's progress, some concerned neighbors say it'll be an eye-sore. It's… → Read More

Parachute-Like Device Prevents Blood Clots Without Open Heart Surgery

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - Local researchers find a new way to extend the lives of Utah heart patients. It's called the WATCHMAN. It's the first-of-its-kind device studied and now available to Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute patients. An irregular heart beat can cause blood clots. The common remedy is to use blood thinners in the form of prescription pills like coumadin or warfarin.… → Read More

Stats: Growing Number of Utahns Run Red Lights

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - A warning now from Salt Lake City Police. When the light turns yellow, that means slow down not speed-up to try to beat the light. This coming after the death of a Salt Lake City father killed by a man who ran a red light and hit him. According to numbers obtained by Utah Department of Transportation, running red lights in on the rise from 2,066 in 2014 to… → Read More

Utah Relay for Life Season to Kick Off This Summer

This summer, all across the state of Utah, the American Cancer Society will be putting on Relay for Life events. Cidne Christensen with American Cancer Society and Cheri Hubrich with Relay for Life of Sandy share more about the events and how you can get involved in your area. The Relay For Life unites communities across the globe to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones… → Read More

How Cancer Treatment Hyperthermia Therapy Held Back by Past

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (ABC 4 UTAH) - "Give me the power to create a fever, and I shall cure any disease." Those famous words spoken 2,000 years ago by Hippocrates, the founder of Western medicine. It's now what medical professionals call hyperthermia therapy; literally heating up the cancer cells to target tumors. Just last month, Good 4 Utah's Nadia Crow and Photojournalist John Eulberg… → Read More

Utah Film Center Screening 'Dogtown Redemption'

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) Utah Film Center is hosting a screening of the film Dogtown Redemption Tuesday. You can see the film, directed by Amir Soltani, at the Salt Lake City downtown library at 7.m. The screening is free and opening to the public. A four-alarm fire tore through the Utah Film Center in early April. → Read More

John Quiñones to Deliver UVU Commencement Address

For its 75th commencement, Utah Valley University has arranged for a very special keynote speaker. → Read More

Which Body Shape is Worse for Your Heart?

MURRAY, Utah (ABC 4 UTAH) - It's almost time for beach body season. So what kind of body shape are you? Apple or pear? A recent study by Intermountain Medical Center takes an older study a step further. The study conducted by the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute and Johns Hopkins finds the more weight you carry in your waist, the more likely you'll have a heart condition. The battle… → Read More

Salt Lake Comic Con Tickets Now on Sale

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) Tickets for Salt Lake Comic Con 2016 went on sale Wednesday. Although Fan Xperience just wrapped up last month, organizers are already planning for another awesome convention in September. → Read More

How Intermountain Medical Center is Humanizing Critical Care

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) Medical professionals are constantly trying to preserve the humanity of patients and families during the treatment of serious illness. → Read More

SLC Council Makes Pothole Problems Top Priority

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - We're just one month from a new budget proposal from new Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski. The Salt Lake City Council announces a push for more money for street repairs, like potholes. You can see Nick Whited weaving around large potholes. "They're pretty brutal once the snow melts, especially here," said Nick Whited who works in Salt Lake City. Three… → Read More

16 People Infected In Hepatitis C Outbreak

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - Now to an update about an ongoing Hepatitis C investigation. 16 people now have the virus thanks to a McKay-Dee Hospital and Davis Hospital former employee who admitted to stealing drugs and exposing 7,217 patients at both hospitals with Hepatitis C. Former nurse Elet Neilson was convicted of drug possession and theft after exposing 7,217 patients at McKay-dee… → Read More

How Utah Film Center is Recovering After Fire

Last week a four-alarm fire devastated the Utah Film Center in downtown Salt Lake City. Since then the film center has begun recovery efforts. → Read More

State Leaders Ask Public to Help in Child Abuse Prevention

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - One in four girls, one in six boys; that's rate of kids who will be abused before they start 18. April marks the start of Child Abuse Prevention Month. These blue pinwheels spin in the spring breeze, just as the wind passes, so does the innocence stolen from children in Utah. These are children who are committing suicide. These are children who are being… → Read More

New Technology Detects Prostate Cancer Sooner

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - the word fusion, by definition, means the process of joining two or more things together to form a single entity. "Fusion MRI" also means saving the lives of prostate cancer patients. In our continued partnership with Intermountain Medical Center, we'll show you new technology that detects prostate cancer; the second leading cause of death in men. "I love travel and I… → Read More

What Are the Benefits of 3D Mammography?

Death rates from breast cancer have declined since the late 1980s, largely due to improvements in diagnostic technology, earlier detection rates, increased education and awareness, and improved treatment options. → Read More