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Quality of life looms so large in trigeminal neuralgia that Cleveland Clinic researchers felt it was high time to study radiosurgery’s impact on well-being in addition to standard pain outcomes.
Three clinical trials test combinations of tetrahydrouridine and decitabine for orally administered, non-cytotoxic, DNMT1-depleting treatment of TP53-mutated solid and liquid cancers.
Making care better, more affordable and more accessible than ever? It’s a must. Hear what efforts are underway at the Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute from Chairman Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, in our “The Short Answer” series.
The new Cleveland Clinic Joint Preservation Center integrates orthobiologics, surgery, rehab and research to save functional joints for more patients.
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Surgery has generally not been an option for intracerebral hemorrhage due to damage caused by the surgery itself. The ENRICH trial of a minimally disruptive surgical system may change that.
For the good of all caregivers in the Zielony Institute and for the advancement of patient care, Nursing’s Clinical Ladder program has been expanded and renamed the Professional Ladder program.
Considerable interest in pushing the frontiers of minimally invasive surgery has led to the emergence of a new field in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. Natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery, or NOTES, represents one of the most significant innovations in surgery to emerge since the advent of laparoscopy.
A $10 million grant from the Timken Foundation in Canton, Ohio, will create the Louise Timken Ophthalmic Education Center at Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute.
These abstracts from the ASCO 2017 annual meeting caught our attention for their potential impact on clinical practice and research in the field.
Mark Schickendantz, MD, Head Team Physician for the 2016 American League Champion Cleveland Indians, explains how caring for ballplayers’ shoulder injuries is different than when he started 25 years ago.