The new Taussig Cancer Center building, which opened March 6, 2017, houses Ohio’s first Leksell Gamma Knife Icon™ radiosurgery technology. Icon offers the most precise brain radiosurgery capabilities of any currently available technology.
FOURIER was the big news out of ACC, but other PCSK9 inhibitor trials mattered as well, including its EBBINGHAUS substudy and the SPIRE and ORION-1 trials. Dr. Steven Nissen outlines the takeaways.
Enhanced recovery pathways for abdominal surgery help shorten hospital stays and reduce complications. However, not all surgeons use them. Find out how education is the key to adoption.
One of the most feared risks of immunosuppressive and biologic therapeutics is the development of progressive multifocal leukoencephelopathy. A risk assessment tool is available.
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What inspires pediatric practitioners to seek out interactions with their pediatric radiology colleagues — even when they have remote access to images? A look at Cleveland Clinic Children’s researchers’ findings.
Standard of care for muscle-invasive bladder cancer is cisplatin-based combination neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC) then radical cystectomy and lymph node dissection. This article reviews how NAC reduces the risk for recurrence.
ECNO Kelly Hancock announces Cleveland Clinic has expanded its collaboration with the DAISY Foundation – now offering the DAISY Award for nursing recognition at all Cleveland Clinic health system hospitals.
The focus of IMATCH is regaining function in chronic headache sufferers rather than curing pain. But a new study shows the program is also effective in reducing pain and improving psychological status.
How can we develop therapies to optimize the gut microbiota and its metabolic byproducts to prevent or treat disease? Learn more about this ongoing research in Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Research Center.
Cole Eye Institute continues its tradition of pioneering optical coherence tomography (OCT), now bringing the technique into the OR, investigating replacement of indocyanine green angiography and more.