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An emerging multidisciplinary transplant program will standardize care for this specialized group of patients and collaborate on new research to better understand the disease.
An accomplished and respected nurse leader, Meredith Foxx takes the helm as Cleveland Clinic’s new Executive Chief Nursing Officer.
Combined SBRT + pazopanib combination is well tolerated with several benefits for select patients with pediatric sarcoma, a new study finds. Radiation oncologist Erin Murphy, MD, discusses the study.
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Interdisciplinary researchers aim to leverage a $2.6 million NIA grant to develop and validate two low-cost, low-effort screening tools for use in primary care settings.
Tunneled catheters are safer than peripherally inserted catheters (PICCs) for IBD patients receiving home parenteral nutrition.
18F-fluciclovine PET/CT has the potential to distinguish radiation necrosis from tumor progression in brain tumors previously treated with stereotactic radiosurgery.
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Colectomy rates in patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) are declining as biologic therapy utilization increases, according to the largest population-based study of UC patients to date.