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Dye Makes Cancerous Lymph Nodes Glow

Science Daily- Surgeons at Penn Medicine are using a fluorescent dye that makes cancerous cells glow in hopes of identifying suspicious lymph nodes during head and neck cancer procedures. Led by Jason G. Newman, MD,...

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Healthgrades Reveals 2018 List of America’s Best Hospitals

Healthgrades, the leading online resource for information about physicians and hospitals, released America’s 50 and 100 Best Hospitals for 2018. The recipients of the America’s 50 and 100 Best Hospitals Awards™ —...

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‘Black Men in White Coats’ Inspiring Minority Students To Become Physicians

This article written by is from the UCLA Newsroom.

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Virtual Visits Recommended For Flu Season

Article written by The United States is in the middle of a severe flu outbreak and the CDC says flu cases are increasing at an alarming rate.

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More Surgical Robots Are Being Used

Artificial intelligence and robotic surgeries are the future of health care. These technologies can automate new tasks, and we are making more of them, faster, better, and cheaper than ever before. At present, about ...

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Survey Shows Majority of Healthcare Providers See Gun Violence as Public Threat

Medscape Medical News surveyed healthcare providers and 65% said they see gun violence as a public threat, but many said they are not at all prepared to discuss gun safety with patients.

Of 462 total respondents, 72%...
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Doctors Are Targets Of Cyberattacks

This article is from AMA Wire. Physicians, overwhelmingly, are finding themselves the target of cyberattacks that disrupt their practices and put patient safety at risk.

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U.S Health Care System Makes Native Americans Feel Invisible

According to NPR, the life expectancy of Native Americans in some states is 20 years shorter than the national average. There are a number of reasons why this is.

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Are Computer Skills Needed To Be A Competent Doctor?

This article was written by Colin Dwyer on NPR.

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Telemedicine: A Digital Tool Connecting Clinicians And Patients

This article was featured on wired.com and written by Robbie Gonzalez. NO one knew exactly when the girl would die, but everyone knew it would be soon. A 12-year-old with end stage cancer, the child's parents had...

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