While an empowering option to preserve fertility for young men facing cancer, sperm banking is not readily available in some cities andin most rural areas. Cleveland Clinic’s NextGen® Home Sperm Banking service provides accessibility and convenience.
Researchers at Cleveland Clinic develop a way to predict distant metastases in patients with early-stage lung cancer after stereotactic body radiotherapy using readily available patient variables.
A sleep positioning device that significantly decreases nocturnal gastroesophageal reflux disease symptoms is proving successful in hard-to-treat laryngopharyngeal reflux patients.
The American College of Gastroenterology has named the Edgar Achkar Visiting Professorship Program to honor long-time Cleveland Clinic GI specialist Edgar Achkar, MD.
A Cleveland Clinic study found a two-piece positional therapy device significantly reduces nocturnal gastroesophageal reflux disease symptoms and improves overall sleep quality in pregnancy women.
Fibromuscular dysplasia should be on every primary care physician’s radar because it can lead to spontaneous coronary artery dissection. Prompt referral of patients is key to successful care.
A Cleveland Clinic analysis of IVUS images from eight large clinical trials suggests that coronary artery calcification might in fact be cardioprotective. We explore implications for research and practice.
Radiotherapy for head and neck cancer is associated with significant morbidity. A Cleveland Clinic study highlights the important role APNs can play in reducing adverse events after treatment with better follow-up care.
Potentially good news for the 170,000+ people in the U.S. diagnosed each year with melanoma brain metastases. Study finds better outcomes when combining stereotactic radiosurgery with tumor molecular analysis.
Repeat endoscopy for upper GI bleeding results in better patient outcomes and lower costs, according to a new study by Dr. Sunguk Jang presented at ACG.