Brian Bolwell, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, explains two truths about cancer teams “immediately relevant to all of us.” Read his editorial “Givers and Takers” in Oncology Times.Read More
Cleveland Clinic endocrinologists see improved clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction when shared medical appointments are part of the treatment plan for obese patients. An in-depth look at why.
Heart failure and stepdown units of the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute have been testing electrocardiogram technology.
Get to know Brendan M. Patterson, MD, our new Chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Patterson discusses his previous work, his future plans, the latest advancements in limb salvage and more.
The proportion of U.S. cardiac surgery patients with a history of opioid use disorder surged ninefold from 1998 to 2013, a national cohort study shows. Here’s how opioid use impacted surgical outcomes.
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When children present with somatic symptoms, treatment becomes challenging. Behavioral Health provider Emily Mudd, PhD, of Cleveland Clinic Children’s discusses development of a new care path for these pediatric patients.
The SENSCIS® study, co-led by Cleveland Clinic’s Kristin Highland, MD, explores the use of nintedanib in patients with scleroderma-associated interstitial lung disease.
A patient-reported outcomes system takes us one step closer to understanding MCID in immune-mediated diseases.
An oncologist on why we should drop the penias and pathics in favor of plain language when we talk to patients.
Two new studies take significant steps toward interventions to reduce cardiac risk in humans by reducing levels of the metabolite TMAO through diet manipulation or targeted therapies.