For patients who are at risk for progressive sensorineural hearing loss, providing a safety net against a sudden world of silence could do immeasurable good. Cochlear implant is an option.
The new NINDS R35 program aims to reduce time spent writing grants to free up time for actual research. Dr. Bruce Trapp will use his R35 award to identify new ways to treat diseases of myelin.
Efforts to address time to treat at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center have cut in half the time breast cancer patients wait between diagnosis and treatment. Brian Bolwell, MD, FACP, discusses how.
No one knows children like their parents. Pediatric nurses who collaborate with parents can cull invaluable information about patients that can’t be found in the medical record.
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Sperm testing is becoming increasingly important for couples trying to conceive, but the reliability of results remains highly inconsistent. New guidebook seeks to change that.
Pediatric patients with IBD and Crohn’s may need surgery as adults. A new clinic that pairs pediatric surgeons with adult colorectal surgeons helps them make a smooth transition.
What differentiates youths who repeat suicidal behavior from those who don’t? This research collaboration is working to find out with a new prospective trial.
Make room in your schedule at the American College of Cardiology meeting for key presentations ranging from the SPIRE 1 and 2 trials to ABSORB III two-year results and more.
Wael Barsoum, MD, shares his thoughts on creating a culture of improvement and building a successful team.
Determining when to operate on patients with a dilated proximal ascending aorta and trileaflet aortic valve may have just gotten easier, thanks to a new analysis.