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Bellevue Hospital Rushes Patients Into Weight-Loss Surgery

Stem Cells to the Rescue: A Game Changer for Parkinson’s Patients

Electrical brain implants may help patients with severe brain injuries

Researchers caution diabetes patients' use of fitness video games

Cybin Reports Positive Topline Data from Phase 2 Study of CYB003 in Major Depressive Disorder with 79% of Patients in Remission after Two 12mg Doses

High altitude training shows promise for patients ahead of surgery

Novel study finds aspirin-free regimen benefits patients with LVAD

The Scent of Hope: Innovative Treatment Restores Sense of Smell in Patients With Long COVID

Ingestible Device Detects Breathing Problems in Patients

Ingestible electronic device detects breathing depression in patients

AI model can help predict survival outcomes for patients with cancer

Clustering method can better describe the pathological process in patients with traumatic brain injury

Genetic testing could greatly benefit patients with depression, save health system millions

The U.S.'s First Black Female Physician Cared for Patients from Cradle to Grave

Panel Tells F.D.A. That CRISPR Sickle Cell Cure Is Safe Enough for Patients

How a Lucrative Surgery Took Off Online and Disfigured Patients

Doctors Do Racist Things to Patients. Here Are Seven Ways They Can Stop

People with depression can't access potentially life-changing treatment with ketamine because current systems prioritize profits, not patients & payers. New study reveals the systemic barriers that prevent the utilization of existing, low-cost drugs.

How the Kaiser Permanente Strike Could Affect Patients

Locked Out of a Cure? Only a Fraction of Early Alzheimer’s Patients Eligible for New Drugs