With advances in pediatric cancer treatment routinely enabling long-term survival, counseling young patients and their families before treatment about infertility risk and preservation strategies is essential.Read More
In his new position, Dr. Jame Abraham will recruit and develop Hematology/Medical Oncology staff, and guide the department’s focus on patient access and multidisciplinary care.
A recent study found a prevalence of BRCA2 mutation in survivors of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, though many questions remain. Pediatric hematologist/oncologist Ilia Buhtoiarov, MD, discusses the study’s findings and limitations.
Intravitreal injections of the anti-vascular endothelial growth factor drug aflibercept induce regression of disease in patients with moderately severe to severe nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy and without diabetic macular edema, according to new Cleveland Clinic research.
Ellipsoid zone mapping, a new image visualization/analysis platform on optical coherence tomography, may be an effective screening tool to identify subtle retinal changes indicative of toxicity from hydroxychloroquine treatment, Cleveland Clinic research indicates.
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Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Director of Workplace Wellness Regina Chandler describes in this Q&A how the health system turns the promotion of well-being and effective management of stress into tangible, achievable goals that save costs.
Being an executive nurse leader today takes business acumen and communication skills. To ensure that it is preparing its nurses for the future, Cleveland Clinic’s Nursing Institute launched a customized Executive Nurse Fellowship that is driving care enhancements.
Cleveland Clinic pulmonologist, Peter Mazzone, MD, MPH, was named editor-in-chief of CHEST. He shares his vision, newly implemented changes and what’s next in a recent discussion about the publication.
From smartphone apps and smart canes to retinal prostheses, advances in low-vision rehabilitative aids are improving patients’ abilities to perform activities of daily living. .
With the explosion in new technology platforms, Cleveland Clinic nurses are transforming their practices with the help of Nursing Informatics. And it’s all about agility.