Articles for Tag: "clinical trial"

When it comes to heart attacks, time is muscle 
When it comes to heart attacks, time is muscle
Quick action could save the life of you or someone you know.
How some breast cancer patients are safely skipping chemotherapy 
How some breast cancer patients are safely skipping chemotherapy
Updated results from a clinical trial show chemotherapy is unnecessary for one of the most common types of breast cancer
Can infants avoid contracting Group B Strep? 
Can infants avoid contracting Group B Strep?
A research trial seeks to lower the number of GBS deaths.
Should you be worried about C. diff? 
Should you be worried about C. diff?
Your gut may be more vulnerable.
What exactly is ‘precision medicine’ anyway? 
What exactly is ‘precision medicine’ anyway?
Learn how this field has taken a major step forward with the help of genetic testing.
Is a waterbirth safe for mom and baby? 
Is a waterbirth safe for mom and baby?
A certified nurse midwife leads research for waterbirth as an option for pain relief during labor and delivery.
It was supposed to be a routine screening. Instead, it changed his life. 
It was supposed to be a routine screening. Instead, it changed his life.
When your test results shock you, what do you do next?