Latest Internal Medicine News
Researchers at Yale Cancer Center have developed a new quantitative assay to measure the amount of HER2 protein in patients with breast cancer with increased accuracy. The improved data may provide new options for treatment for patients previously found ineligible for treatment based on traditional HER2 screening assays. The findings were published today in Laboratory Investigation.
- May 20, 2022
Scientists at Yale Cancer Center have found that patients with breast cancer and high levels of insulin in the blood may be responsive to metabolism-targeting treatments, which in turn may improve the effectiveness of subsequent chemotherapy treatments. The findings were published today in Communications Biology.
- May 19, 2022Source: OncLive
Developing a system with a patient-centric focus, investigators at Yale Cancer Center and Moffitt Cancer Center initiated pilot programs to offer patients better access to care following a diagnosis of cancer.
- May 19, 2022Source: Yale Medicine
What you need to know to keep these vital organs healthy and functional.
- May 19, 2022Source: U.S. News & World Report
Frail but living at home.
- May 19, 2022Source: Medscape
When deciding on the optimal revascularization strategy for patients with multivessel coronary disease, a noninvasive approach using quantitative flow ratio (QFR) showed substantial agreement with the more invasive classical fractional flow reserve (FFR) approach in a new study.
- May 19, 2022
Student Research Day honors YSM’s MD students for their research and—with the creation last year of this unique mentorship prize—pays tribute to the faculty mentors who support them.
- May 19, 2022Source: GlobeNewswire
New data from the Disrupt CAD clinical program confirms excellent one-year outcomes with coronary IVL in both women and men.
- May 18, 2022
Yale doctors have been caring for patients with HIV and AIDS since the first U.S. cases of what was at the time an unknown and deadly illness were reported in 1981. Over the last four decades, medical advances have transformed HIV into a chronic disease, which, if treated, barely shortens life expectancy.
- May 18, 2022Source: Kaiser Health News
Nearly 18 months after getting covid-19 and spending weeks in the hospital, Terry Bell struggles with hanging up his shirts and pants after doing the laundry.