Andre Machado, MD, PhD, the new Chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Neurological Institute, kicked off Cleveland Clinic’s 13th Annual Medical Innovation Summit by sharing his vision for neuroscience innovation.Read More
Cleveland Clinic study finds gastric bypass surgery is a viable option for obese patients and should be considered early in the course of type 2 diabetes treatment.
A Cleveland Clinic nurse educator and physician assistant started a shared medical appointment for breast cancer survivors to address their unique needs and issues.
NIH-sponsored project aims to establish normal ECG reference values as a step toward preventing sudden death in the young. Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Cardiology Chair leads the charge.
Investigators are analyzing microbiomes in several solid tumors. If microbiome elements are involved in carcinogenesis, they could serve as biomarkers for progression and prognosis, as well as therapeutic targets.
In this intraoperative video, cardiac surgeon Jose Navia, MD, demonstrates how a double-patch technique can overcome the challenges of repairing ventricular septal rupture following a transmural MI.
Robotic surgery proved to be a superior option to open surgery in performing a complex bilateral nephrectomy on a kidney transplant patient and resulted in an excellent outcome.
A new multicenter study aims to clarify whether and when to consider zoster vaccination in patients taking anti-TNF therapies or other immune-modulating biologics.
After extensive preparation, Cleveland Clinic has broadened its urology nurse practitioners’ and physician assistants’ roles to allow them to provide care independent from physicians’ practices. The result is better patient access and higher job satisfaction.
A new combination epigenetic therapy could enhance activity of immune checkpoint inhibitors in lung cancer. A proof-of-concept trial of oral tetrahydrouridine (THU)-decitabine, along with nivolumab, will begin soon at Cleveland Clinic.