From diagnosis to survivorship, this conference offers oncology nursing caregivers a comprehensive overview of key topics of interest in managing the care of adult and pediatric cancer patients.
Cleveland Clinic researchers have outlined how resistance to enzalutamide treatment develops in advanced prostate cancer, and now have evidence about how to reverse it.
The author of a new Lancet paper on progressive MS updates us on progress in the understanding and management of this traditionally largely untreatable stage of the disease.
GARD offers radiation therapists an easy-to-interpret recommendation for radiation dosing, based on an individual patient’s genomic likelihood of response to treatment.
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Endocrine specialist explains why the recording of low blood glucose levels in clinical trials should be standardized.
A 3-D-printed heart replica guides surgical planning to improve oxygen saturations in a deeply cyanosed boy with heterotaxy syndrome marked by a host of complex congenital heart defects.
The Fenix Continence Restoration System consists of small titanium beads strung together on a titanium string. It mimics the anal sphincter.
Can OAE testing/tympanometry be used as a cost-effective alternative to comprehensive audiometry in testing for hearing loss in very young children? This is the question Cleveland Clinic doctors are exploring.
Perinatal loss is a difficult, delicate time for both patients and the nurses who tend them. A nurse at Cleveland Clinic’s Medina Hospital helped develop a mobile bereavement cart to comfort patients and assist their caregivers.
A new tool using a tablet and validated outcome measures has been initiated at Cleveland Clinic. It enables rheumatologists to obtain the information they need to make informed treatment decisions in real time and before they enter the patient’s room.