Everything you need to know about uterus transplant from the Cleveland Clinic team responsible for the first transplant in the U.S. Enjoy videos, an infographic, an animation of the transplant itself, and much more.
In a 24.5-hour surgery in late September, nine Cleveland Clinic surgeons and multiple specialists performed the hospital’s second face transplant on a middle-aged man who suffered severe facial trauma and other complications from a car accident. The surgery included transplantation of about two-thirds of the scalp, the forehead, upper and lower eyelids, eye sockets, nose, … Read More
For 20 years running, Cleveland Clinic has been named the No.1 hospital in the country for cardiology and heart surgery, according to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals 2013-2014.” Its urology program also captured the No. 1 ranking in the nation. Overall, Cleveland Clinic is ranked the No. 4 health system in the U.S … Read More
From MSNBC: Testosterone Quick Fix In record numbers, American guys are turning to testosterone boosters to repair their pep, revive their sex drive, even erase their erectile issues. Edmund Sabanegh, MD, discusses testosterone supplements and replacement therapy. Read more about testosterone on MSNBC From Cleveland.com: Chemo Brain Fog The technical term is mild cognitive impairment … Read More
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From U.S. News & World Report: Do Prescription Drugs Affect How Long We Live? Experts weigh in on the benefits and potential risks of prescribed medications and their affect over time. David Longworth, MD, a physician and chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Medicine Institute, comments about the importance of wellness and prevention. Read more of this article … Read More
From ABC News: Stroke of a Young Girl On ABC News, Cleveland Clinic neurosurgeon, Mark Bain, MD, comments on the young girl from Ohio who survived an unexpected stroke. She went on to have a unique and successful brain surgery after being diagnosed with a rare brain disease. Read more of this article featuring Dr. … Read More
From MSNBC: Heart Attacks and Love Affairs On MSNBC, Cleveland Clinic heart surgeon and co-author of Heart 411, Marc Gillinov, MD, is asked if men who cheat on their wives are more likely to die of a heart attack. “It’s the added stress of trying to have a secret affair,” says Dr. Gillinov. “You are … Read More