“My goal is to make this the national recognized center for these problems of lungs and breathing,” said Todd Bull, interim medical director for the new center.
“Patients are often misdiagnosed early on as having asthma or one of the other pulmonary diseases,” said David Badesch, at the University of Colorado Hospital’s Center for Lungs and Breathing.
CU Professor of Medicine Richard J. Johnson says a genetic mutation that occurred among prehistoric apes to survive food scarcity could be behind today’s pandemic of diabetes and obesity.
A genetic mutation that occurred among prehistoric apes to survive food scarcity could be behind today’s pandemic of diabetes and obesity, according to an article by Richard J. Johnson
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In the softly lit chapel, the bride-to-be waited patiently. It was a moment that might have been dipped in amber and preserved forever. The man she loved stood by her side. Flowers graced the room.
There have been rare cases where people recover without antibiotics, but “it’s such an uncommon disease, I don’t know if it’s been studied well enough to know if certain people have increased susceptibility”
“We are on the way to make lung cancer a chronic disease,” said Fred Hirsch, a CU professor who heads the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer. “And not that far in the future.”
Michelle Barron, an associate professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease at the CU School of Medicine said she’s concerned by what she’s read about Rio’s waters.
Erik Wallace also has issues with Life Line's practices, has visited their centers, and has taken on the issue of direct-to-consumer marketing of their services as a research project.
Frederick Masoudi, a cardiologist at the University of Colorado Hospital: “At the end of the day it’s a little difficult to draw strong conclusions from this study in terms of the causal relationship between the two.”
New office is focused on supporting researchers and grant administrators, and increasing department’s research funding.
Dr. Doebele and his CU Cancer Center research team drive development of targeted-therapy drug that shows great promise
“It’s all the more important to pair and train those students with the best teachers in the community — to work with students and help with those recruiting efforts,” said Erik Wallace, associate dean of the CU School of Medicine’s first branch campus.
Non-small cell lung cancer frequently spreads to the central nervous system (CNS), but patients with CNS metastases may be excluded from clinical trials of new drugs.