A new study reports that metastatic prostate cancer cases have sharply risen since 2007, possibly in part due to recommendations against routine screening. Eric Klein, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, discusses how urologists have responded to concerns about false-positive screening test results and overtreatment.
A large observational study shows that elevated right ventricular systolic pressure worsens survival in patients with mitral regurgitation — and suggests mitral valve repair might be indicated sooner than we thought.
Toby Cosgrove, MD, President and CEO, offers his top picks for must-have qualities in executive leaders.
Paradigm shift in transplant medicine: Livers successfully transplanted in Cleveland Clinic study using homegrown normothermic ex vivo perfusion machine rather than cold preservation for maintaining organs.
Cleveland Clinic researchers explain how they’ll use a new $3.1 million NHLBI grant to create and manipulate cardiac myocytes to better understand risk variants in genes linked to atrial fibrillation.
Recent breast cancer mortality data have prompted suggestions that a more conservative approach to treating ductal carcinoma in situ may be appropriate in many cases. Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center radiation oncologist Chirag Shah, MD, and colleagues provide perspective on what’s known and what additional research is needed.
Pediatric patients and their parents complain about multiple IV pokes – for good reason. An APRN at Cleveland Clinic Children’s developed and validated a vascular access algorithm to increase first-attempt IV start rates.
Adrienne Boissy, MD, MA, Chief Experience Officer of Cleveland Clinic, talks with Thomas H. Lee, MD, MSc, on how to teach physicians better communication skills in this NEJM Catalyst podcast.
On July 20, Cleveland Clinic Chairman of Pain Management joined a health policy panel on the opioid epidemic in the United States in downtown Cleveland. Here Richard Rosenquist, MD, provides an overview of what he discussed.
Fertility preservation in breast cancer: A recent study suggests that more discussion may be needed at the time of diagnosis. A majority of women informed of the options sought further consultation.