Kaiser Permanente research suggests studies that follow breast cancer survivors over time should differentiate between fracture types.
Kaiser Permanente study suggests ties among mutation type, tumor location, and survival.
Kaiser Permanente study suggests vigilance for cognitive impairment as people with HIV get older.
Higher risk of dementia for older adults living with HIV
Potential method to help assess prognosis for metastatic colorectal cancer discovered
Spinal fractures in breast cancer survivors often tied to bone metastases
Hospitalizations for worsening heart failure are likely higher than current statistics suggest
Smoking doubles the risk of premature heart disease
4 in 10 Fractures in Breast Cancer Patients Are Pathologic
Follow-up visits don't increase after telehealth visits: study
After FDA, CDC approval, doctors urge parents to immunize kids ages 5-11 against COVID-19
Finally, There’s a Race-Free Test to Check Kidney Function
California study finds that, pre-COVID, fewer women used cannabis while pregnant