Nearly 90 percent of new cervical cancer cases are diagnosed in poor countries. Projects within the Cervical Cancer Prevention in El Salvador (CAPE) program target effective tools to increase patient access and acceptance of new screening and treatment methods.
Findings of this large registry study of families suggest a more comprehensive care model makes sense for the entire family when one child has autism.
This remarkable case of multiple metastases over eight years in a resilient young man culminates in one of the earliest U.S. uses of staged Gamma Knife® radiosurgery for brain metastases.
Brian I. Rini, MD, of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center discusses results from a Phase III study investigating a multipeptide cancer vaccine in patients receiving sunitinib as first-line therapy for advanced/metastatic renal cell carcinoma. He discusses the results at the 2015 European Cancer Congress.
One of Cleveland Clinic’s advanced practice nurses has conducted seminal research on delirium screening and early progressive mobility in the neurological ICU. Find out why she’s so passionate about nursing research.
Does annual screening for pulmonary hypertension make sense in patients with anti-PM-Scl antibody? That’s one question raised by a new retrospective analysis of pulmonary manifestations of the antibody.
A reduced-toxicity regimen and cyclophosphamide after a haploidentical bone marrow transplant add up to a winning combination for blood disorder patients.
This novel head impact dosimeter meets NFL validity specs in lab testing by ensuring that impact sensors and the head move as one. Here’s why it holds potential for widespread use in concussion monitoring.
Heart failure is central to cardiac amyloidosis, yet patients cannot be treated like other heart failure patients. Here’s why — plus an example of how this once-incurable malady can increasingly be tamed.
Educating heart failure patients is important to managing lifestyle after hospital discharge. But are nurses comfortable providing self-care education? A published study by a Cleveland Clinic ACNO reveals telling results.