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Less Can Be More With Hypofractionation Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer

In recent years, cancer physicians and radiation oncologists have been whittling away at the length of time for radiation treatment. The goal: to make radiation treatment more convenient for the patient, with fewer side effects.

Bernadette Scruggs at The Gathering Place’s 2019 Race for Place, sponsored by UH Seidman Cancer Center

Advice From a 15-Year Breast Cancer Survivor: Don't Skip Your Annual Mammogram

Less than an hour out of your life can mean the difference between catching cancer early or never knowing what could have been.

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How Cochlear Implants Can Help Adults With Hearing Loss

Many people have seen videos on social media of children who are deaf or severely hard of hearing receiving cochlear implants and hearing for the first time. But cochlear implants also have another useful purpose – to help adults with hearing loss.

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New Staging Proposal Portrays Heart Failure as More Preventable, Manageable Illness

The new approach may lead more patients to seek out the specific expertise of a heart failure specialist, which can lead to better management of the condition and improved outcomes for the patient.

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Getting the Best Protection From Your Child’s Car Seat

It can be a challenge for parents to figure out the right time to graduate a child from a rear-facing infant car seat to a forward-facing car seat, then to a booster seat and finally to no child seat at all. Learn when to switch the seat.

A smiling Alison Berger poses with her happy family in an autumnal setting

Seamless Care Helps Teacher Return To Classroom After Breast Cancer Treatment

Exactly one year after being diagnosed with breast cancer, teacher Alison Berger is returning to the classroom, a vivid illustration of how well a patient can recover with a strong support network at home and the hospital.

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Smell and Taste Loss After COVID: Should You Be Worried?

After recovering from COVID-19, many patients failed to recover their sense of smell right away, and some may worry the situation could be permanent. A recent study has encouraging news for these patients.

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How To Recognize RSV in Your Baby -- and What To Do

Although RSV is typically more common in winter and early spring months, this year Northeast Ohio and many other areas have been seeing an uncharacteristic summer and fall spike in infections.

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