A recent study found that the teens lost just as much weight as adults, and saw complications such as diabetes disappear or retreat.
In a therapeutic study, outcomes of 35 patients compared favorably with historical data of those treated with standard chemo and radiation therapy.
Pilot clinical study shows viability of non-invasive, patient-specific computational approach to relieve heart arrhythmia.
Study published in JAMA finds measuring carbon dioxide lines through the artery more effective than noninvasive method.
The Accountable Care Act has helped patients in a variety of difficult circumstances obtain coverage for medical treatment.
The Badal Longitudinal Chromatic Aberration Compensator looks at how multiple colors interact with the retina.
Journal commentary cites gaps between what medical trainees are told by educators and what they experience.
Efforts will measure effectiveness of approaches to reducing gun violence, and gather data on risk factors.
A physician discusses how swim programs can accommodate people's religious values, with regard to clothing.
Long survival is “not common, but it’s not an absolute rarity anymore,” said a UW Medicine specialist in the disease.