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Charlie Callagan's bone marrow transplant for multiple myeloma was recently postponed at the last minute because Oregon hospitals are overwhelmed with treating COVID-19 patients. Erik Neumann / Jefferson Public Radio hide caption

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Overwhelmed With COVID Patients, Oregon Hospitals Postpone Surgeries And Cancer Care

Patients with advanced cancer and heart disease are among those who have had to wait for surgeries and other procedures as critically ill, unvaccinated COVID patients strain the medical system.

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Every Season Damon Albarn & Tony Allen
Everybody Daylight Brightblack Morning Light

A plane lands at Los Angeles International Airport on Aug. 25. The airline industry hasn't come out against a government-imposed vaccine mandate for domestic travel, but the U.S. Travel Association, which represents a broader coalition of travel-dependent businesses, has. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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With Vaccines Now Mandated For Workplaces, Will A Travel Mandate Be Next?

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Charlie Callagan's bone marrow transplant for multiple myeloma was recently postponed at the last minute because Oregon hospitals are overwhelmed with treating COVID-19 patients. Erik Neumann / Jefferson Public Radio hide caption

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Overwhelmed With COVID Patients, Oregon Hospitals Postpone Surgeries And Cancer Care

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Farewell Little People

Folk singer, songwriter and guitarist José González released his fourth studio album, Local Valley, on Sept. 17. Peter Toggeth / Mikel Cee Karlsson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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José González Returns With 'Local Valley'

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