News Articles May 2022


Pituitary Journey: Cushing's Disease published a feature about a Georgia woman’s fight to for a diagnosis of Cushing’s disease. The article also quotes PNA member Dr. Nelson Oyesiku, who performed her surgery. Read more:

Pituitary Failure and COVID

An endocrinologist from a hospital in Bengalaru, India reports a slew of patients who experienced pituitary failure after recovering from COVID. Read the article in the Deccan Herald:

Wrestler Fights Acromegaly and Cushing’s

omosOmos, a wrestler with WWE, has battled both acromegaly and partial Cushing’s Disease. An article in tells his story, and links to a recent TV appearance. Article:   TV Interview:

Caption: Wrestler Jordan Omogbehin, known as Omos (DivaWorld/Wikimedia Commons)


5-year-old Colorado Boy Battles Craniopharyngioma

ronan woodAn article in the Pikes Peak Courier tells the story of a courageous 5-year-old boy named Ronan Wood from Colorado Springs, who had surgery to remove a craniopharyngioma. Read more:

Photo: Ronan Wood Go Fund Me


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