About 20 to 25% of all cases of IBD emerge in childhood. Coordinated care networks are speeding the identification of effective treatment and improving the overall health of these patients.
A young patient finds his symptoms reemerge and is diagnosed with a Clostridium difficile infection. Careful screening and a novel treatment help restore him to healthy growth and development.
New deep brain stimulation systems and imaging technology are allowing for more accurate placement of leads and more highly targeted therapy, improving quality of life for patients with Parkinson’s.Continue reading
A difficult-to-treat condition often traditionally addressed through coronary artery bypass grafting finds new treatment options as new technology and surgical approaches are improving patient outcomes.Continue reading
A new treatment regimen and modified maintenance therapy help keep the patient’s multiple myeloma in complete remission 3 years after transplant.Continue reading