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Solving the Puzzle of Liver Cancer

...that the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of liver cancer drugs has been very selective, with only one given the go-ahead in the last 11 years. Another researcher, Keigo Machida, PhD, an associate professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at the Keck School, is the senior author of a study...

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Finding the Truth

...breakthrough came in the form of a case report in the New England Journal of Medicine, which described a patient with the same symptoms. O’Connell contacted the doctor in Massachusetts and another in Belgium, and the trio defined the new syndrome, TEMPI (Telangiectasias, Elevated erythropoietin level and erythrocytosis, Monoclonal gammopathy,...

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Fasting-like diet turns the immune system against cancer

upon prior research that showed a short-term fast starves cancer cells and facilitates the chemo drug therapies to better target the cancer. Another more recent study showed that a low-calorie, fasting-mimicking diet can slow multiple sclerosis by killing off bad cells and generating new healthy ones. The results of this...

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Clinical Trial Investigates Efficacy of Low-Dose Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer Patients

and lower the incidence of side effects,” Spicer said. The clinical trial, in Phase II, uses metronomic chemotherapy in combination with breast cancer drugs lapatinib and trastuzumab in patients with metastatic breast cancer who have been previously treated with trastuzumab. Patients will be given a four-drug treatment on a 21-day...

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Mark L. Barr

Dr. Mark L. Barr obtained his medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York and completed 10 years of postgraduate residency at New York University and Columbia University, including a 2-year NIH-sponsored research fellowship in transplantation immunology. Dr. Barr is former President and current Chair of the...

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Richard S. Panush

...rheumatology section of the Medical Knowledge Self Assessment Program of the American College of Physicians and Associate Editor of their Physician Information and Education Resource Project; Associate Editor of ACR News; has edited the American College of Rheumatology Hotline; has been features editor of the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology; writes...

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Jason Ye

...and was also inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He completed his residency in Radiation Oncology at Weill Cornell Medicine – New York Presbyterian Hospital, where he also served as Chief Resident. Dr. Ye has presented and published studies on topics regarding breast, lung, and central nervous...

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Patient Experience

...for authentic communication with our colleagues, patients and your families, and we provide a private, safe and secure environment at all times. We are devoted to personalizing the “KNOWN” Service Standards. Share Your Story We would like to enhance your experience at Keck Medical Center of USC. We want to...

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Gamma Knife Radiosurgery

...800,000 patients worldwide have been safely and effectively treated with the Gamma Knife® for malignant and benign brain tumors (including single and multiple metastases), vascular abnormalities and functional disorders. The Gamma Knife® represents one of the most technologically advanced surgical instruments in use today. The Gamma Knife® Perfexion™ is the...

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Fighting for her Health

Truong knew immediately that she wanted to be treated at USC Norris. “I’d had a lump removed from my breast there 10 years earlier, so I already knew how good the doctors were,” she explains. While her family members were still reeling with concern, Truong got busy making arrangements. With...

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