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Large doses of traditional chemotherapy drug spur immune system attack on cancer cells

Large doses of traditional chemotherapy drug spur immune system attack on cancer cells

New study aims to improve physician well-being and patient outcomes

New study aims to improve physician well-being and patient outcomes

Wake Forest Baptist Health receives $1.6 million grant to test iPad colon cancer screening app

Wake Forest Baptist Health receives $1.6 million grant to test iPad colon cancer screening app

Supplements claiming to boost brain health are 'too good to be true', warn experts

Supplements claiming to boost brain health are 'too good to be true', warn experts

Physicians show strong support for house effort to protect patients from surprise medical bills

Physicians show strong support for house effort to protect patients from surprise medical bills

Study: Sharing medical 'selfies' with a doctor empowers, reassures healthcare consumers

Study: Sharing medical 'selfies' with a doctor empowers, reassures healthcare consumers

Opioids are major cause of pregnancy-related deaths in Utah

Opioids are major cause of pregnancy-related deaths in Utah

UCLA researcher looks for ways to detect ovarian cancer before it develops

UCLA researcher looks for ways to detect ovarian cancer before it develops

Mini MRI device could help diagnose knee injuries more quickly and accurately

Mini MRI device could help diagnose knee injuries more quickly and accurately

Junior doctors vote in favor of contract changes

Junior doctors vote in favor of contract changes

Universal health care for New Yorkers? Not exactly

Universal health care for New Yorkers? Not exactly

Functional decline highly prevalent in older adults initiating dialysis

Functional decline highly prevalent in older adults initiating dialysis

Women more likely to have brain aneurysms than men

Women more likely to have brain aneurysms than men

Sleep decline in one's 50s, 60s increases risk of Alzheimer's disease

Sleep decline in one's 50s, 60s increases risk of Alzheimer's disease

As the economy surges, a dramatic drop in workers on disability

As the economy surges, a dramatic drop in workers on disability

How black pharmacists are closing the cultural gap in health care

How black pharmacists are closing the cultural gap in health care

More seniors are dying in falls. Doctors could do more to reduce the risk.

More seniors are dying in falls. Doctors could do more to reduce the risk.

Study: One-fifth of hematological cancer patients suffer blood clots or bleeding

Study: One-fifth of hematological cancer patients suffer blood clots or bleeding

Expanding role of registered nurses in primary care

Expanding role of registered nurses in primary care

Study finds link between high BMI and lower risk of ALS

Study finds link between high BMI and lower risk of ALS