Clinician-educator’s Do No Harm effort takes on medical overuse
UCHealth, official healthcare partner of the Denver Broncos, warns about condition for which there is no known cure
“For many people immunotherapy is much better tolerated than chemotherapy,” said Jennifer Diamond, the director of clinical trials at UC Health.
Cancer stem cells resist therapy and are a major cause of relapse, long after the bulk of a tumor has been killed
UT's Dell Medical School has named S. Gail Eckhardt, head of the Division of Medical Oncology at the CU School of Medicine, to head its new Livestrong Cancer Institutes at the Austin-based medical school as inaugural director and an associate dean.
CU-led national study to see if early detection can lead to prevention
Kelly Schneiderman expresses gratitude for the care UCH provided his father by donating a much-needed SUV
Robert Eckel, past president of the American Heart Association and professor at the CU School of Medicine, said: “I perhaps thought 15 or 20 percent of patients with diabetes would not be on statin therapy. This is almost 40 percent. That’s unacceptable.”
David Beuther, a pulmonologist at National Jewish Health, says that for patients with atypical pneumonia, dehydration — a natural response to almost any infection — is often the first sign of a problem.
Alton Rodgers had just come in from gardening when he suddenly blacked out and collapsed on the floor. The 89-year-old Kentucky native spent about 10 days at Palomar Hospital, where doctors told him a build-up of fluid around his heart was the culprit.
Everything initially went well with Barbara Charnes’ surgery to fix a troublesome ankle. But after leaving the hospital, the 83-year-old soon found herself in a bad way.
University of Colorado Hospital is the first in the state to offer the DigniCap, an FDA-approved scalp-cooling device designed to slow hair loss from chemotherapy
Phyllis Sanchez, a mammographer in New Mexico, learned on her birthday she has breast cancer.
Samples of the cell line do not match its 50-year-old source ― but how the mix-up occurred is a mystery.
Patients in all University of Colorado Hospital clinics and units will soon be offered consent forms to contribute blood samples to UCHealth’s DNA Biorepository
William Cornwell, MD, plans to examine the possible unintended effects of the powerful pumps that help patients with failing hearts
Patient advises others to get heart health checked even if they have a healthy lifestyle
“There are a significant number of complications that are eliminated, such as leaks after surgery where there’s actually a hole in the intestine causing contents to spill,” Edmundowicz said.
A young couple from Littleton is overjoyed with the birth of their second daughter. They are thankful for both baby and mother. That’s because Tess Carruth was treated for breast cancer while pregnant.
DENVER -- He was given no chance to survive his cancer, and doctors were talking about putting him in hospice care.