When it comes to life-saving potential and market opportunities, it turns out the gut is a gold mine.
Nearly a decade ago, a wave of new diabetes drugs hit the market with promises of lowering blood sugar.
In 2016, nearly 16,000 children and adolescents will be diagnosed with cancer. About 4,800 of these cases will be diagnosed with leukemia.
Imagine going to the doctor for a checkup and routine bloodwork. The bloodwork comes back with a diagnosis of cancer.
It’s the phone call everyone dreads. Parents especially spend countless nights, lying in bed, begging the phone not to ring. Yet, too often, it does.
The inefficiencies of doctors’ appointments and hospital stays have been the butt of jokes for decades now.
A loss of hope is a classic symptom of depression. For many patients, hope has been restored with medical innovation.
The surgeon is about to get a few new tools. Some might even call them superpowers.
In the mountains of El Salvador, the countless medically underserved communities all over the world as well the US, there are women that are at significant risk of dying of cervical cancer.
Implanting metal in our chests may be common, but it is always disconcerting. Every year, 600,000 new patients receive metal coronary stents to treat coronary artery blockage.