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Circulating tumor DNA predicts recurrence in early-stage triple-negative breast cancer

December 19, 2019
SAN ANTONIO — Detection of circulating tumor DNA after neoadjuvant chemotherapy appeared to independently predict disease recurrence among…
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Concizumab effective, safe for certain patients with hemophilia

October 18, 2019
Concizumab appeared safe and demonstrated clinical proof of concept in preventing bleeds among patients with hemophilia A and hemophilia A or B with…
Cover Story

Data, results spark debate about anterior THA approach

Orthopedics Today, October 2019
Total hip arthroplasty can be performed with several surgical approaches, including the posterior approach, the lateral approach, the anterolateral…
In the Journals

‘Important opportunity’ identified for tamoxifen in triple-negative breast cancer

July 29, 2019
TP53 status may explain the opposite functions of ER-beta in breast cancer cells, with the ER-beta and mutant TP53 combination predicting survival…
Meeting News

MOBILE: Cell therapy beneficial in certain patients with CLI at 2 years

June 14, 2019
Intramuscular injection of autologous concentrated bone marrow nucleated cells was associated with improved amputation-free survival in patients with…
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Less physical activity increases mortality risk

April 22, 2019
Patients who were the least physically active had an increased risk for all-cause and CVD mortality, according to a study published in the Journal of
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Fitness increases survival rates regardless of CV burden in elderly

March 19, 2019
NEW ORLEANS — Increased fitness in adults aged at least 70 years may lead to better survival rates despite CVD risk factor burden, according to…
In the Journals

Annual FITs effective for colorectal cancer screening

February 25, 2019
Annual home fecal immunochemical tests demonstrated high sensitivity and specificity for identifying colorectal cancer, according to research…
Cover Story

Interest expands as wearable technology advances

Orthopedics Today, July 2018
Researchers showed interest in the assessment of physical activity through step counters as early as the 1960s, but the practice was not accepted as…

Testicular cancer survivors may be at increased risk for cardiovascular disease

June 26, 2018
Testicular cancer survivors who underwent chemotherapy demonstrated increased risk for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and obesity, according…
At Issue

Old vs. new: Choosing the right treatment for bacterial infections in children

Infectious Diseases in Children, July 2018
The development of effective therapies for children has not kept pace with threat of infectious diseases. This is particularly true for…
At Issue

Old vs. new: Choosing the right treatment for bacterial infections in children

Infectious Disease News, May 2018
The development of effective therapies for children has not kept pace with threat of infectious diseases. This is particularly true for…

Colonoscopy significantly reduces colorectal cancer mortality

March 12, 2018
Patients receiving care through the Veterans Affairs health system who underwent a colonoscopy were 61% less likely to die of colorectal cancer…

HIV-positive, exposed children have worse neurodevelopmental outcomes

Infectious Disease News, February 2018
Children who are HIV-positive or have been exposed to the virus are at increased risk of having poorer outcomes regarding cognitive and motor…

Orthopedics Today names new section editors, board members

Orthopedics Today, February 2018
It is my pleasure to announce exciting changes to the Orthopedics Today Editorial Board. In an effort to continually evolve in covering orthopedics…
In the Journals

Fecal transplant from overweight donor does not impact BMI in C. difficile patients

January 9, 2018
Patients with Clostridium difficile infection who received a single fecal microbiota transplantation using stool from an overweight or obese donor…
Cover Story

Shared decision-making critical for athletic participation by patients with heart disease

Cardiology Today, November 2017
The decision process behind sports participation for patients with heart disease has changed over time. Previously, a decision was primarily made on…
In the Journals

Hydroxyurea appears safe for African children with sickle cell anemia

October 19, 2017
Hydroxyurea did not increase the risk for malaria infection in children with sickle cell anemia who live in malaria-endemic regions of Uganda…
In the Journals

Youth involved in justice system less likely to use preventive care

October 2, 2017
Youth involved in the juvenile justice system — or those who have been arrested — are less likely to use preventive care measures
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Cirrhosis, Now Linked to NAFLD, Presents Management Challenges

Healio Gastroenterology, August 2017
Cirrhosis, or advanced fibrosis of the liver, presents with many challenges such as complications associated with portal hypertension, but in…