One patient turns to functional medicine for relief from a cough he’d had for 25 years. After six weeks of dietary changes and detoxification methods, he reports dramatic, sustainable improvement.
From philanthropy to policy work and championing health system initiatives, Dr. Lorenz is busy and involved.
Results from this first set of patients demonstrate that strong biological signals are present in unscreened cancers that are typically diagnosed at late stages, and that signals correlate highly across assays.
Starting immunotherapy first-line for patients with melanoma containing BRAF mutations, followed by BRAF + MEK inhibitors, was associated with longer survival and lower costs compared with prescribing inhibitors first.
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A study presented at DDW 2018 improves our understanding of creeping fat and may lead to therapeutic interventions for strictures in patients with Crohn’s disease. Dr. Florian Rieder explains.
A large, single-center retrospective study presented at DDW2018 examined the impact of endoscopist characteristics on the detection rates of adenomas and proximal sessile serrated polyps (pSSPs). Dr. Carol Burke explains the findings.
An otherwise healthy 56-year-old needs mitral valve repair and is referred for MitraClip placement despite having low surgical risk. How to meet his expectations for a minimally invasive repair?
New elastogenic therapies based on nanotechnology could one day help women with pelvic organ prolapse.
Learn why this distinguished clinician-researcher expects to accomplish in one year here what would have taken 10 years at another institution.
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