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A Closer Look at Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening

UH center offers aortic screening, novel treatment and multidisciplinary care - Innovations in Cardiovascular Medicine & Surgery | Fall 2019

UH Lung Cancer Screening Update

Ongoing support, educational programs are available to referring physicians- Innovations in Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine | 2019

University Hospitals Digestive Health Institute Changes Colorectal Cancer Screening Guideline to 45 Years of Age

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New Barrett's Esophagus Screening Method in Development

EsoCheck offers a simple, affordable solution to support early diagnosis UH Innovations in Digestive Health - Fall 2018  Amitabh Chak, MD A little over a year ago, Amitabh Chak, MD, Gastroenterologist, UH Digestive Health Institute, UH Cleveland...

Stool DNA Testing

Studying the potential of an innovative colorectal cancer screening method UH Digestive Health Institute - Summer 2018    Gregory Cooper, MD Colorectal Cancer (CRC) is the fourth most common cancer in both American men and women. Although CRC...

UH Lung Cancer Screening and Lung Nodule Programs

Aim to improve diagnosis, treatment for at-risk patients Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine - May 2018  Catalina Teba, MD Since the results of the National Lung Cancer Screening Trial (NLST) were published in 2011,...

Does Your Patient Need Supplemental Screening for Breast Cancer

New low-cost, self-pay option at UH targets women with dense breasts UH Clinical Update - January 2018   Half of all American women have dense breasts. Because increased breast density both lowers the sensitivity of mammography and increases the...

National ECOG/ACRIN Research Screening Study for Women With Dense Breasts

Donna Plecha, MD, Director of Breast Imaging at University Hospitals, is the site principal investigator for an exciting ECOG/ACRIN study evaluating a low-cost abbreviated or “quick” MRI (less than 10 minutes) protocol as a supplemental screening...

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