A recent meta-analysis prompts Cleveland Clinic experts and others to recommend against radiation therapy in cases of CPC associated with Li-Fraumeni syndrome, in light of an apparent survival disadvantage.
Dr. Cosgrove discusses how to foster innovation in your medical center. Learn from Cleveland Clinic’s INVENT process: Ideas; Need; Viability; Enhancement; Negotiations; Translation.
Vascularized lymph node transfer is a promising option in appropriately selected patients to treat lymphedema following cancer therapy. In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic plastic and reconstructive surgeon Graham Schwarz explores the complex procedure, discussing uses and outcomes.
Ever wonder what being the nation’s top heart program looks like by the numbers? This infographic gives a visual sense of it in terms of cardiothoracic surgery volumes and outcomes.
Androgen deprivation therapy, which prevents androgen receptor signaling, initially is effective against advanced prostate cancer but progression eventually resumes, relying on androgen receptor’s transcriptional activity. Cleveland Clinic researchers are exploring new approaches that block this transactivation function, which may prevent or overcome resistance.
In an ongoing effort to develop evidence-based nursing practices, Cleveland Clinic nurses at all levels are encouraged to pursue research. The Office of Nursing Research and Innovation provides robust support throughout its hospitals.
Periprosthetic joint infection (PJI) after total hip and knee replacement poses significant problems for patients and surgeons. Cleveland Clinic researchers are investigating a new diagnostic test, and comparing two- versus one-stage revision arthroplasty.
When conservative treatments or medical management don’t help with OAB, neuromodulation has proven successful for older patients. A urologist highlights the different treatment options.
Long-term results from this global registry suggest that sports participation can be safe for some patients with ICDs. Two registry investigators discuss the findings in the context of current guidelines.
Hooking up is the norm for many adolescents and young adults. This Q&A with two adolescent psychiatrists explores how to assess whether hookups may be fomenting distress for your young patients.