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Immunotherapy after bladder cancer surgery helps reduce cancer recurrence

Immunotherapy after bladder cancer surgery helps reduce cancer recurrence

Using AI to predict how cancer may affect the probability of spinal fractures

Using AI to predict how cancer may affect the probability of spinal fractures

Researchers reveal how not-yet-malignant cells “turn on” and become metastatic breast cancer

Researchers reveal how not-yet-malignant cells “turn on” and become metastatic breast cancer

Mount Sinai wins $500,000 grant to support continued innovation in pancreatic cancer treatment

Mount Sinai wins $500,000 grant to support continued innovation in pancreatic cancer treatment

Bioprinting for bone repair enhanced with two growth factor encoding genes

Bioprinting for bone repair enhanced with two growth factor encoding genes

The Mount Sinai Hospital completes full renovation of its children's ED

The Mount Sinai Hospital completes full renovation of its children's ED

Study captures the immune effect of COVID-19 vaccine in patients with multiple myeloma

Study captures the immune effect of COVID-19 vaccine in patients with multiple myeloma

NIH program provides a real-time risk assessment of variants of SARS-CoV-2

NIH program provides a real-time risk assessment of variants of SARS-CoV-2

Comprehensive preventive efforts cut the number of catheter infections

Comprehensive preventive efforts cut the number of catheter infections

Novel ACL reconstruction technique in younger patients garners positive results two years post-surgery

Novel ACL reconstruction technique in younger patients garners positive results two years post-surgery

Comparing outcomes of modern cementless knee implant with standard knee replacement surgery

Comparing outcomes of modern cementless knee implant with standard knee replacement surgery

Study finds lesser satisfaction with care after knee or hip replacement among Black patients

Study finds lesser satisfaction with care after knee or hip replacement among Black patients

Men presented more severe carpal tunnel syndrome and were offered surgery more often than women

Men presented more severe carpal tunnel syndrome and were offered surgery more often than women

Study provides attainable goals for return to sports after reconstructive foot surgery

Study provides attainable goals for return to sports after reconstructive foot surgery

Mount Sinai launches phase 1 study to evaluate the safety, immunogenicity of egg-based COVID-19 vaccine

Mount Sinai launches phase 1 study to evaluate the safety, immunogenicity of egg-based COVID-19 vaccine

Mount Sinai Health System launches new Alopecia Areata Center of Excellence

Mount Sinai Health System launches new Alopecia Areata Center of Excellence

Novel intervention after concussion may reduce subsequent injury risk

Novel intervention after concussion may reduce subsequent injury risk

Community-based approach to genetic testing may have beneficial effects, study finds

Community-based approach to genetic testing may have beneficial effects, study finds

Study reveals the various ways patients with multiple sclerosis acquire disability

Study reveals the various ways patients with multiple sclerosis acquire disability

The 'Ross procedure' may be a more favorable option for aortic valve replacement in younger adults

The 'Ross procedure' may be a more favorable option for aortic valve replacement in younger adults