In small anecdotal study, patients describe feeling isolated, abandoned, distrustful and self-critical.
30 percent of U.S. adults will get shingles over the course of their lifetimes, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The professor of medicine was UW's chief of medical genetics from 1989 to 2005.
Novel radioactive agent created to validate in vitro model’s prediction of drug distribution.
Radiologist works with international team to filter meaningful data from CT scans, leading to exquisite models.
Appliance is designed to cinch the mitral valve so it closes fully, preventing backflow of blood that adds to heart-failure patients' fatigue.
UW Medicine's transplant chief discusses the historical reluctance to use organs from overdose victims.
A drug in Stage 2 clinical trial seems to slow or stop the progression of IPF.
The Shaw Foundation in Hong Kong has announced that the renowned UW Medicine researcher will receive the 2018 Shaw Prize in the Life Sciences and Medicine for her pioneering work in breast cancer genetics.
Cardiologist's five-minute questionnaire identifies people at risk for atrial fibrillation and stroke.