A new study from the Cleveland Clinic IVF laboratory looks at the correlation between embryo growth kinetics and chromosome status with an eye toward finding a less invasive method to select euploid embryos.
Brian Bolwell, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, shares how his own experience with a serious illness informs his view of patients with cancer.
From patient-staff models to placing electrical outlets, nurses were part of the team making decisions for the new cancer center. Learn more about how it worked.
A Cleveland Clinic study reveals a mechanism that rapidly destroys high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in people with Type 2 diabetes, negating cardiovascular protections.
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A Cleveland Clinic research team confirmed in a randomized noninferiority trial that dexmedetomidine is an excellent sedative choice for patients with neurodegenerative disorders.
Feeling lonely? You’re not alone. Here Amy Sullivan, PsyD, explains how caregivers can find the antidote.
Now available at Cleveland Clinic, endoscopic ultrasound-guided gastrojejunostomy is a noninvasive method for creating a bypass around a gastric obstruction.
Cleveland Clinic has started screening all patients with epilepsy for obstructive sleep apnea — and treating them with PAP if they test positive. Findings from this newly presented study explain why.
Results are expected next year from the first longitudinal study to go beyond the first year of life in children exposed in utero to second-generation antipsychotics.
Susac Syndrome primarily affects the brain, retina and inner ear. But it’s possible that it will sometimes affect other organs, including muscle or the GI tract.