Renewed federal funding is supporting further rollout of a forward-looking care model that fully leverages telemedicine and prioritizes care coordination and family engagement.Read More
In 2012, the FDA approved the first home fertility test for men, and today several are available, including some smartphone-driven devices. Sarah Vij, MD, Director of the Center for Male Fertility at Cleveland Clinic, recently authored a review on the topic.
A new study led by Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists examines the natural progression of silent aspiration in pediatric patients, including who is at an increased risk and how to manage longer-term care for this population.
Preclinical models suggest that specific blockade of TNFR2 may significantly reduce inflammation and ameliorate signs of psoriatic diseases, while maintaining normal immune response in the host, including the ability to combat infection and cancer. In this article, M. Elaine Husni, MD, MPH, highlights her latest research and discusses her plans to use her new R01 grant to continue her translational work.
Occlusions are a common complication of peripherally inserted central line catheters. Cleveland Clinic nurses conducted research to identify factors that impact occlusion rates.
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Which research results from the American Society for Radiation Oncology’s 2019 annual meeting are the most interesting or clinically relevant? The staff of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center’s Department of Radiation Oncology picks their Top 10.
Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) at the time of transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) does not appear to increase TAVR risk, according to pooled results from 11 observational studies. But the safety question isn’t fully settled.
CD55 has a role in the pathogensis of endometriosis, a new Cleveland Clinic study suggests. In this article, the researchers explain the potential implications of their findings.
Oxidative stress negatively effects sperm function, according to a new Cleveland Clinic study. Researcher Ashok Agarwal, PhD, explains why he recommends testing for oxidation-reduction potential.
Although cancer can damage the ovaries, leading to infertility and early menopause, young women with cancer have several options for fertility preservation. Gynecologic oncologist Mariam AlHilli, MD, discusses a case in which three different fertility preservation procedures were conducted to give a young woman her best chance at future fertility.