- Stem Cell Injections May Relieve Arthritis Pain
Emory Physicians Offer New Hope for People With Osteoarthritis
- Liver Transplantation with Curative Intent for Hepatobiliary Malignancies
Dr. Marty Sellers and Dr. Harrison Pollinger describe the excellent long-term outcomes of using orthotopic liver transplantation as a method to cure hepatic malignancies.
- Living Kidney Donation, Paired Kidney Exchange Transplants, and Donor Safety
Miguel Tan, M.D., MSc, FRCSC and Joshua Wolf, M.D. Discuss Advances Made in Kidney Transplantation
- Vaccination in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients
Many infections, which are a major source of morbidity in SOT recipients, may be prevented by appropriate vaccination of the patients, their family members and their healthcare providers.
- Overview of the Systemic Manifestations of Rheumatic Diseases
Kelly O. Weselman, M.D., F.A.C.R. Discusses the Effects of Common Rheumatic Diseases on Each Organ System
- Stem Cell Techniques and Enhanced Treatment Strategies are Promising for Patients With Blood Disorders
Advances in Stem Cell Research Techniques and New Transplant Strategies Reveal Opportunities for Improved Patient Outcomes with Reduced Risk of Complications
- Breast Cancer Update
Colleen Austin, M.D. and Lynn Baxter, M.D. Discuss Risk Factors, Advances in Imaging in Breast Cancer Diagnosis
- New Hope for People With Difficult-to-Treat Depression
Emory Physicians Find Medication That Inhibits Inflammation Also Effective in Treating Depression
- New Studies Reveal Critical Insights to Improve Care of Patients With Sickle Cell Disease
Data highlights opportunities to prevent hospital readmissions, reduce health-care costs, and improve long-term care.
- In Terms of Vascular Age, 50 May Really Be the New 60 for Women
Kimberly P. Champney, M.D., Examines the Question, "Heart Disease In Women: Is Fifty Really the New Forty?"
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