Thousands of academic faculty and community physicians are affiliated with the patient care, educational and research endeavors of UW Medicine.
As more patients gain access to the results of their X-rays and other radiology studies through hospital web portals, radiologists are likely to have more direct patient contact.
The incidence of inherited DNA-repair gene mutations appears to be significantly higher among men with more aggressive prostate cancers, according to a report today, July 6, in the New England Journal of Medicine.
An experimental treatment for people with neuroblastoma, an often-fatal nerve-cell disease, is being heralded as a "game-changer." The national study was led by Dr.
There is no universal response to a cancer diagnosis. Whether a patient is old, young, stage I or stage IV, everyone has a unique emotional reaction.
Nearly half of U.S.
In Uganda, when a woman feels a lump in her breast, she often feels resigned to getting breast cancer and dying.
Ten women with advanced breast cancer will participate in one of the most intensive clinical trials ever conducted to identify molecular changes in individual tumors and to understand
Eleven individuals and programs recognized at Seattle Business’ 2014 Leaders in HealthCare awards ceremony Monday, Feb. 24, brought honor to the UW through their achievements.