"Diabetes is a preventable disease...diabetes does damage to theeyes and the kidnes and the nerves, and all that is preventable," said CU's Michael McDermott.
"What does it mean to a patient when you says it's OK to stop taking a medication?" asks CUs Jean Kutner, a professor in medicine.
CU’s Greg Everson: “We found that the test had tremendous sensitivity over the full range of liver disease, not just at late stage.”
CU’s Ross Camidge says the revolution in the last decade has been in diagnosing and treating cancer at the molecular level.
"Health care professionals, dietitians, school systems, churches and the government, to some extent, can all get involved, but it starts at home"
"There are some things you can't figure out by someone tapping into an iPhone"
CU’s Judy Regensteiner: “It’s doing nothing that’s destructive to your health. If people really want to find a way they can.”
Join us for lunchtime learning as our expert physicians and researchers explain how plaque forms in our vessels, how the formation of plaque is different in men and women.
CU’s Holly Wyatt, medical director at the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, says mindset is the “missing piece” in weight loss.
CU’s Virginia Borges, director of the Breast Cancer Research Program, explains how immunotherapy works.
CU’s Robert Eckel said the results, if confirmed in future studies, could influence guidelines for using cholesterol-lowering drugs.
CU’s Virginia Borges, an expert on breast cancer care for young women, provided treatment to Heather Choate while Heather was pregnant.
A recently created national registry for noninvasive heart valve treatments serves as a model for improving patient care, according to a research report presented Thursday, Feb. 5, in Washington, D.C., by John Carroll, MD
Ebola has seized the world’s attention. Justifiably so, as the virus continues to spread in West Africa, to devastating effect.
Harrington Discovery Institute at University Hospitals announces grant funding to physician-scientists at major academic medical centers nationwide to support new drug development
This book carefully details the way language shapes decisions around end-of-life care.
State of the Department presentation by Dr. David A. Schwartz
There will be a traditional academic assembly and Dr. Dinarello will deliver a historical over view of cytokine biology, as he is being honored again for his pioneering contributions to the field.
Dr. Stuart Linas will receive the Robert Narins Award at the American Society of Nephrology meeting in Philadelphia this week, 11-15-2014. This is the highest award in the society for teaching and education.