Vamsidhar Velcheti, MD, and his team are pursuing novel, targeted therapies for patients with a rare form of NSCLC.
A follow-up study to RTOG 0915 substantiated that a one-dose regimen of SBRT is effective long-term for inoperable early stage non-small cell lung cancer patients
A Cleveland Clinic research team found in a double-blind, randomized study that beta blockers may help treat PAH.
According to Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Advanced Practice Nursing, APRNs have abundant leadership opportunities – and with the right approach, they can develop their careers while making a tremendous impact in nursing.
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How life-years lost deepens our understanding of the impact of premature death and provides additional context for trends in different populations.
Patient-level determinants of a satisfying hospital experience have never been studied in a lumbar spine surgery setting — until now. Here’s what we found.
A new study dissects the pathways involved in RSV-induced barrier disruption and examines how modifying the involved mechanisms could restore the barrier’s integrity.
Please join our staff as we participate or present in the following oral and poster presentations at the 2017 ASTRO Annual Meeting
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Your patients are never going to enjoy a colonoscopy. But doing what they can to allay their fears is well worth the effort. James Church, MD, explains.