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Pediatric Robotic Surgery Jumps Ahead with Cross-Campus Collaboration

Adult and pediatric surgeons worked together to create a comprehensive program at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital.
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Precision Radiation Targets Pancreatic Cancer

Intraoperative Radiation Therapy (IORT) offers expanded options for cancer cell eradication in borderline resectable and locally advanced tumors.
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Graded Negative Pressure Facilitates Lymphatic Flow

A case study demonstrates how graded negative pressure reduces lower limb lymphedema.

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Genomic Data Advances Precision Oncology

Moving structured data out of PDFs and into the electronic health record brings increased efficiency.
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Ambulatory Colectomy Offers Same-day Discharge

Patients can avoid an overnight hospital stay with a comfortable, safe option.
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Next-Generation Screening for Prostate Cancer

A new biomarker model specifically reveals signs of aggressive prostate cancer.

Why do Some Pediatric Low-grade Gliomas Spread?

The largest study of disseminated low-grade gliomas in children aims to pinpoint drivers of metastasis.

Neurotoxic Reaction Examined in CAR T-cell Treatment

ICANS and CRS following treatment may pose additional health complications, but survival outcomes don’t correlate.

Innovative Therapy Boosts Survival in Myelodysplastic Syndrome

Researchers find that ASTX727, a new oral combination therapy, can prolong survival in TP53-mutated MDS.