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Learn more about how genetic research led to a new treatment for a rare skin disease. Yale Medicine’s Dr. Keith Choate leads a team of dermatologists who have discovered over a dozen new genetic skin diseases; in some cases the team has ...
Metagenomic next-generation sequencing can pinpoint pathogens causing infections in patients with immune function challenges and complex conditions, potentially saving lives as well as lowering care costs.
In this physician presentation, Dr. Babita Panigrahi, breast imaging radiologist, explains the difference between screening and diagnostic breast imaging and what diagnostic imaging is needed for various breast symptoms such as palpable ...
Weight management specialist Diana Thiara, MD, presents an update on obesity care, with guidance on using screening tools, having sensitive discussions, and selecting treatments – from dietary modifications to surgery.
Certain vision problems may be linked to a past traumatic brain injury, but it’s not always obvious. Neuro-optometrist Mark Wu, OD, discusses how to diagnose such issues, with tips on what to ask about symptoms.
New Johns Hopkins research aims to better predict trajectories of disease and how patients will respond to treatments.
October 14, 2021, this CME-accredited symposium is designed to update participants on important topics in cutaneous oncology and melanoma.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI)has honored Lawrence H. Fong, MD, leader of the UC San Francisco Cancer Immunotherapy Program, with an Outstanding Investigator Award (R35).These awards support investigators who have significant records ...
Yale’s Saad Omer, director of the Yale Institute of Global Health and the associate dean at the Yale School of Medicine, has spent more than 20 years conducting research in countries throughout the world on ways to address vaccine hesitancy ...
In this CME, Andrew H. Voigt, MD, discusses non-interventional approaches to reducing stroke risk in patients with Atrial Fibrillation.