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Grant Medical in CWE Welcomes New Primary Care Physician - 7/3/2014
Effective July 7, Parkview Place will close affecting travel to the Center for Advanced Medicine - 6/19/2014
First clinical service in Missouri offering simultaneous PET/MRI opened in May 2014 - 6/6/2014
Walk-In Appointments Available for Pediatric EKG - 4/29/2014
Understanding and Treating Spasmodic Dysphonia - 4/21/2014
Beyond tPA: Unique Technologies Advance Treatment of Cerebrovascular Diseases - 4/15/2014
New Brain-Mapping Approach is Cost-Effective and Faster - 4/14/2014
Recent Advances in the Medical Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis - 4/14/2014
Hereditary High Cholesterol Requires Early Diagnosis and Prompt Treatment - 4/14/2014
Join us for the American Heart Association 2014 Heart Walk - 3/20/2014
Artery-Clearing Surgery After Stroke Should be Delayed - 3/19/2014
Should Depression be Considered a Risk for Heart Disease? - 2/24/2014
Special Glasses Help Surgeons ‘See’ Cancer - 2/20/2014
First Patient Treated With Novel Proton Therapy System - 1/27/2014
Continuing Medical Education - 12/24/2013
Bettering Survival Rates for HPV Cancer of the Head and Neck - 12/20/2013
Learn More about Four Fascinating Specialists - 11/18/2013
Back Braces and Scoliosis - They Do Help - 11/18/2013
Reducing the Need for Hysterectomy Through Interventional Strategies - 11/7/2013
Patients Choose the Top Ten Providers of Clinical Care - 10/30/2013
After Concussion, Kids May Need Breaks in School - 10/29/2013
Orthopedic Specialist Care at a Walk-In Clinic - 10/28/2013
One Patient's Story of Diagnosis, Treatment and Recovery from Wegener's Disease - 10/28/2013
Make Male Breast Cancer Part of Your Family Conversation - 10/28/2013
St. Louis Children's Hospital Introduces New Institute for Treating Facial Paralysis in Children - 10/11/2013
New Treatment for Previously Inoperable Liver Tumors - 9/26/2013
School-age Drinking Increases Breast Cancer Risk - 8/29/2013
Bariatric Surgery - What We Know Today - 8/15/2013
Rapid Assessment and Treatment Vital to of Neonates with Neurological Problems - 8/9/2013
New Options for Treatment for GI Disease in Women - 7/22/2013
Washington University Physicians Dominate 2013 St Louis Best Doctor List - 7/18/2013
Fad Diets: Why Fad is Bad - 7/18/2013
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Ranked No. 1 in St. Louis, No. 1 in Missouri - 7/16/2013
Infection Prevention, High-Tech Transport Boost St. Louis Children’s to #6 in the Nation - 7/16/2013
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Receives Advanced Certification for Comprehensive Stroke Centers - 7/1/2013
Splint Favored for Kids' Forearm Buckle Fractures - 6/11/2013
Treating the Most Complex Cases of Congenital Heart Disease - 6/6/2013
Spinal Deformity Repair: Life Changing at Any Age - 5/30/2013
Repairing Tissue Defects with an Orthopedic Perspective - 5/21/2013
Do Tanning Facilities Communicate the Risks to Preteens? - 5/13/2013
The Attack of Spring Allergies - 4/17/2013
Low Testosterone Levels in Men May Require Treatment - 4/15/2013
New Treatment for Recurrent Melanoma in the Extremities - 4/8/2013
New Approaches to Treating Atrial Fibrillation - 3/18/2013
“The Front Line for Hope” Debuts on KSDK March 16, 2013 - 3/5/2013
New Technologies in Cosmetic Surgery - 3/5/2013
New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines Balance Vigilance and Treatment - 2/28/2013
Comprehensive Cancer Gene Set Now Available - 2/15/2013
Surgeons Find Better Ways to Treat Nerve Compression Disorder That Can Sideline Athletes - 2/12/2013
Essential Hypertension: It's Not Just an Adult Disease Anymore - 2/4/2013
Chiari 1 Malformation: A Common Cause of Cough-Induced Headache - 1/25/2013
New Federally Designated Comprehensive Hemophilia Center - 1/14/2013
A Safer Option to Confirm Need for Appendicitis Surgery - 12/26/2012
Unexplained Shortness of Breath: Diastolic Heart Failure - 12/12/2012
Learn More about Steven Couch, MD, Milan Anadkat, MD, and Daniel Osei, MD - 12/3/2012
Plastic Surgeon Repairs the Hand of TV Star - 11/27/2012
Melanoma in Children: Be Aware of ABCD and Especially E - 11/20/2012
Cerebral Aneurysms: To Treat or Not to Treat - 11/12/2012
First to Implant the World's Smallest Heart Pump - 10/26/2012
The Pituitary: Small Gland, Big Effect - 10/22/2012
Colonoscopy Prep - 10/11/2012
New Egg Freezing Method Expands Reproductive Options - 9/17/2012
Meet Three Special Washington University Physicians - 9/6/2012
Cancer Touches All of Us - 8/23/2012
The Future is Now - 8/21/2012
New Medical Approach Helps Baby With Rare Disease - 8/8/2012
U.S. News ranks Barnes-Jewish #1 in St. Louis, #1 in Missouri and on Honor Roll of “Best Hospitals” - 7/19/2012
Washington University Physicians Listed in the Best Doctors in America - 7/19/2012
Noninvasive Imaging Technique May Help Kids with Heart Transplants - 7/16/2012
Help for When CHildren Lose Fingers in Traumatic Accidents - 7/9/2012
Awake Craniotomy - 6/25/2012
New Cleft Palate Repair Technique Shows Promise for Stgnificantly Better Outcomes - 6/18/2012
Evaluating and Protecting Fertility - 6/8/2012
Families of Kids Who Get Staph Infections Have a High Rate of a Drug-Resistant Germ - 6/8/2012
IUDs, Implants Are Most Effective Birth Control - 5/24/2012
Infectious Disease Specialists Urge Pediatricians to Recommend HPV Vaccine for Boys - 5/21/2012
Weight of the Nation on HBO Tonight and Tomorrow - 5/14/2012
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia - An Unpredictable Condition - 5/11/2012
PCOS: A Common but Distressing Female Hormonal Disorder - 5/7/2012
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Expands Stroke Network to St. Charles County - 5/7/2012
Warfarin No Better Than Aspirin for Most Heart Failure Patients - 5/3/2012
Pedal the Cause Announces Early Bird Specials - 4/25/2012
Meet Five Washington University Physicians - 4/5/2012
Short Facts About Gallbladder Disease - 3/8/2012
New Treatment Shows Promise for Kids with Rare Bone Condition - 3/8/2012
Non-Drug Treatment Helps People with Depression - 2/24/2012
Diabetic Retinopathy: Leading Cause of Blindness in Working Age Adults - 2/20/2012
Female Soccer Players Could be Malnourished and Damage Bones - 2/15/2012
Rhinophyma: Rosacea’s Attack on the Nose - 2/1/2012
Siteman Cancer Center Groundbreaking in South County - 1/24/2012
Top Ten 42 Washington University Clinicians Rated by Patients - 1/20/2012
Hip Replacement in Younger Patients Returns Them to Active Lifestyle - 1/10/2012
Surgery to Help Children Walk Draws Parents Around the World to St. Louis - 1/9/2012
Can Taking Vitamin D Make Asthma Medication More Effective? - 12/22/2011
Patient Hikes Diamond Head After Knee Surgery - 12/21/2011
When Painful Lumbar Stenosis Limits Life - 12/13/2011
Top Ten % - 42 Clinicians Recognized by Patient Satisfaction Scores - 11/28/2011
Encouraging Outlook for Bladder Cancer - 11/14/2011
Collaboration Yields Better View of Barrett’s Esophagus - 11/2/2011
Screening with Chest X-Rays Don't Result in Fewer Deaths from Lung Cancer - 10/26/2011
Beware of Halloween Contact Lenses - 10/26/2011
Taking High-Dose Vitamin E Can Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer - 10/25/2011
St Louis Children's Hospital named an Illinois-designated Trauma Center - 10/10/2011
Early Diagnosis and Care Influence Outcomes for Patients with Neonatal Cholestasis - 10/2/2011
Meet the Latest Washington University Featured Physicians - 9/21/2011
Urologist Recommends Targeted PSA Tests - 9/15/2011
FDA Approves Expanded Lap Band Use for Weight Loss Surgery - 9/1/2011
Diagnosis Detectives Help Pediatricians Solve Perplexing Problems - 8/29/2011
Treatment of Herediary Hemmorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) - 8/25/2011
Mini-thoracotomy for Mitral Heart Disorders at BJH - 8/22/2011
Bone Marrow Transplant Program Completes 5000th Procedure - 8/13/2011
Infections After Surgery Are Rare at St. Louis Children’s Hospital - 8/12/2011
One in Three Best Doctors are Washington University Physicians - 7/28/2011
Vitamin D Relieves Joint and Muscle Pain for Patients with Breast Cancer - 7/27/2011
Complex Craniofacial Surgery Normalizes Appearance of Patient with Crouzon Syndrome - 7/19/2011
More Oxygen in the Eyes of African Americans May Explain Increased Glaucoma Risk - 7/11/2011
New Procedure Treats Atrial Fibrillation - 7/6/2011
New Options for Breast Reconstruction After Cancer - 7/6/2011
Physicians Provide Top-Tier Care for Patients with Heart Attacks - 5/11/2011
Travel Tips for Staying Healthy - 4/29/2011
Cholesterol Drugs May Improve Blood Flow After Stroke - 4/27/2011
Caution for Estrogen Therapy after Hysterectomy - 4/7/2011
Soldiers Screened for Potential Vulnerability to Tinnitus - 3/29/2011
Researchers Study Children at risk for Tourette Syndrome - 3/3/2011
Happily Ever After: Preserving Childbearing Potential in At-Risk Women - 2/23/2011
Vertebroplasty: Managing Debilitating Pain from Fractured Vertebrae - 2/17/2011
Atrial Fibrillation: Discovering Answers through Non-Invasive Imaging - 2/15/2011
New Washington University Bariatric Surgery Website - 2/14/2011
Soothing Adverse Side Effects from Thyroid Cancer Treatment - 2/7/2011
Parent-Child Play Therapy Relieves Depression in Preschoolers - 1/21/2011
Physicians Provide Top-Tier Care for Patients with Heart Attacks - 1/12/2011
Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea can Help Cardiovascular Disease - 1/10/2011
H1N1 Vaccine Safe for Those with Asthma - 12/20/2010
Pancreatic Cancer Treatments Improving Dramatically - 12/13/2010
Restful Sleep - 12/6/2010
Washington University Physicians Lead Emergency Care in the Field - 12/2/2010
Meet the Latest Washington University Featured Physicians - 12/1/2010
Excellence in Spine Surgery - 11/30/2010
Trigeminal Neuralgia: Facial Pain with Options - 11/30/2010
Aging Workforce Means Dementia on the Job Could Rise - 11/15/2010
Washington University Opens First Adolescent Bariatric Surgery Program in St. Louis Area - 11/9/2010
Stuffing Brain Aneurysms - 11/9/2010
Gene Identified for Spread of Deadly Melanoma - 11/8/2010
Craniosynostosis Repair: Fixing Baby’s Head Shape - 11/3/2010
Washingon University Providers with the Highest Patient Satisfaction Scored - 10/28/2010
New Tool to Treat Inoperable Cancer - 10/18/2010
Chest Compression-only CPR Improves Survival in Cardiac Arrest Patients - 10/18/2010
New Tool Helps Diagnose and Treat Salivary Gland Problems - 9/17/2010
The Latest Word on Diagnosis and Treatment of Prostate Cancer - 9/10/2010
New Washington University Physicians 2010 - 9/10/2010
Siteman Cancer Center Plans New South St. Louis County Location - 7/30/2010
Stroke Diagnosis Often Too Late in Older People - 7/19/2010
New Technologies Joining Forces To Treat Pituitary Tumors - 7/2/2010
Fixing a Distal Bicep Tendon Rupture - 7/2/2010
Uveitis: An Eye Inflammation Not to Be Taken Lightly - 5/21/2010
Update on Psoriasis- Is it Just a Skin Disease? - 5/5/2010
Fetal Care Center Opens to Treat High-risk Births - 4/27/2010
BRAC® and BART® Genetic Testing for Breast and Ovarian Cancer: Proceed with Caution - 4/12/2010
Carotid Artery Disease: A Silent Killer - 3/22/2010
New Treatment for Barrett's Esophagus - 3/2/2010
Treating Complications of Deep Vein Thrombosis - 3/1/2010
In Heart Disease, Women and Men May Indeed Be From Different Planets - 2/12/2010
Surgeons at Barnes-Jewish Perform 1,000th da Vinci Case - 2/8/2010
Pioneer Transoral Laser Microsurgery for Management of Head and Neck Cancer - 2/2/2010
Pancreas Transplants Halt Damage from Type 1 Diabetes - 1/29/2010
Removing Rib Relieves Pressure from Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - 1/14/2010
Meet the Latest Washington University Featured Physicians - 12/17/2009
High Resolution Manometry-Why and How it Works - 12/7/2009
From Botox to Vertebroplasty, New Website Provides Answers About Pain Syndromes - 12/7/2009
Practice Improves Patient Safety - 11/10/2009
More Choices for Cataract Replacement - 11/10/2009
Does Mood Affect Health Outcomes? - 11/10/2009
Calling 911 Trumps Cough CPR - 9/8/2009
St. Louis Entertainment Sites Offer Free Amplifying Devices - 8/3/2009
Treating Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Employs Many Treatment Methods - 7/31/2009
Meet the Latest Featured Physicians - 7/23/2009
Barnes-Jewish Ranks in Top Tier in 2009 US News & World Report - 7/22/2009
Washington University Physicians Named to "Best Doctors" List - 7/21/2009
Stroke Treatment Window Opens Wider - 7/10/2009
Regaining Use of Nerve-Damanged Limbs - 7/2/2009
Making Medical Study Statistics Useful - 7/2/2009
Preventing Superbug Antibiotic-Resistant Infections - 6/8/2009
Food Allergies Are on the Rise - 6/8/2009
Masters of the Mommy Makeover - 6/1/2009
Arthroscopic Techniques for Foot and Ankle Problems - 5/21/2009
More Choices for Correcting Female Urinary Incontinence - 5/19/2009
Mohs the Word for Tissue-Sparing Cancer Surgery - 5/19/2009
New Options for Treating Medication-Resistant Depression - 5/1/2009
Implanting Cochlear Hearing Devices Earlier Proves to be Better - 4/29/2009
Skin Transplant Choices for Large Burns - 4/29/2009
Hereditary Colorectal Cancer Syndromes: Knowing Your Risk - 4/29/2009
The Reverse: A Different Type of Shoulder Replacement - 3/30/2009
New Prostate Surgery Freezes Tumors - 3/12/2009
First Matched Pair Kidney Transplant Performed at Barnes-Jewish Hospital - 3/11/2009
New Prostate Cancer Surgery Pinpoints and Treats Small Cancers - 2/27/2009
Brain to Blame for Lazy Eye in Children - 2/27/2009
Treatment Options for the Acute Facial Pain of Trigeminal Neuralgia - 2/27/2009
Left Ventricular Assist Devices: Improving Quality of Life for Heart Failure Patients - 2/16/2009
Newly Approved Pediatric Ventricular Device is Bridge to Transplant - 1/30/2009
Epilepsy Control is More Complicated in Women - 1/27/2009
Fixing Tricky Aneurisms - 1/27/2009
Moyamoya Syndrome: A Mysterious Condition with Potentially Dire Consequences - 1/27/2009
Botox Injections Ease Some Movement Disorders - 1/27/2009
New Less-Invasive Treatment for Glaucoma - 1/6/2009
Uterine Fibroid Embolization: A Uterus-Sparing Treatment Option - 1/6/2009
Accurate Bone Density Measurements Mean Better Treatment - 12/19/2008
Hepatitis A Vaccine - the Most Effective Prevention - 12/19/2008
Band versus Bypass: Advances in Weight Loss Surgery - 12/19/2008
Managing Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease - 11/10/2008
Radiofrequency Ablation: Targeting Painful Osteoid Osteomas - 11/10/2008
Saving Vision Through Corneal Transplantation - 11/3/2008
Nearly Scarless Surgery Removes Gallbladder Through Bellybutton Incision - 10/9/2008
HPV Vaccine Most Effective for Young Girls - 10/9/2008
Robotics Move Gynecologic Cancer Surgery Forward - 10/9/2008
Balloon Kyphoplasty: Strengthening Fractured Vertebrae - 10/1/2008
Osteoarthritis Yesterday, Dancing Today - 9/12/2008
Fall is in the Air, and in Your Nose... - 9/12/2008
Sepsis: An Infection Turned Deadly - 9/12/2008
Moving Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Forward - 9/11/2008
Young Athletes At Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death - 8/18/2008
New Site Makes it Easy to Volunteer for Health - 8/6/2008
New Drug Therapy for Breast Cancer Shows Promise - 8/5/2008
Not All Sunscreens Are Created Equal - 8/5/2008
Catheter Treatment Promising for Atrial Fibrillation - 8/5/2008
Surgery on Chris Duncan First on Professional Player - 8/5/2008
One in Three Best Doctors in St. Louis are at Washington University - 8/5/2008
First US Incision-Free Procedure for Obesity Performed at Washington University - 7/25/2008
When Chickenpox Reincarnates as Shingles - 7/24/2008
Week-ends Slow Weight Loss - 7/3/2008
Why Do Some Athletes Die Suddenly? - 6/27/2008
Allergy Expert Has Advice for Flood Victims - 6/27/2008
Saving Kidneys with Laparoscopic Surgery - 6/10/2008
Liver Transplant as a Cancer Treatment Option - 6/10/2008
Gravity Creates Blinders When Drooping Eyelids Block our Vision - 6/10/2008
ACL Tears Typical in Athletes: Ask the Twins - 6/10/2008
Baby Aspirin Helps Prevent Heart Attack, Stroke - 5/13/2008
Girls, Young Women Cut Risk of Early Breast Cancer by Exercise - 5/13/2008
Weight Loss Surgery - A Matter of Health - 5/13/2008
One Little Cut Makes a Difference in Heart Procedure - 4/23/2008
PET Scans Have Positive Impact on Cancer Care - 3/31/2008
Older Women, Not Men, Have a Hard Time Maintaining Muscle Mass - 3/31/2008
Sneak Thief of Sight is 2nd Leading Cause of Blindness - 3/20/2008
Heart Condition Leading Cause of Death in Young Athletes - 3/18/2008
Adult Acne. You are Not Alone - 3/11/2008
Bad Sleeping Habits Affect Health - 3/11/2008
Using Therapeutic Hypothermia in Cardiac Arrest - 1/30/2008
Working Together to Prevent Heart Disease - 1/28/2008
First Heart Valve Replacement Without Open Heart Surgery - 1/17/2008
Too Many Women Skipping Breast Exams - 1/17/2008
New Diagnostic Technology Allows Clearer View of the Heart - 1/17/2008
Obese Kids Show Early Signs of Heart Disease - 1/16/2008
Losing Weight Gives Immediate Heart Help - 1/15/2008
ALS Can Strike Anyone - 12/31/2007
Predict Your Disease Risk On Line - 9/25/2007
Teen with Sickle Cell Disease is Treated with Bone Marrow Transplant - 9/25/2007
Hazards of Using Crib Bumper Pads Outweigh Their Benefits - 9/19/2007
Heart Repair May Give Migraine Relief - 9/4/2007
Understanding Food Allergies in Children - 8/15/2007
Screenings for Infants Help Detect Eye Problems Early - 8/15/2007
Implantable Hypertension Monitor - 7/26/2007
Patients Take Action on Early Alzheimer's - 7/26/2007
New Dynamic Brace Developed to Advance Club Foot - 6/26/2007
Barnes Jewish Shines in Study of Heart Attack Survival - 6/25/2007
Microbes and Obesity - 6/25/2007
Gamma Knife - Precise Treatment for Brain Tumors - 6/22/2007
Calcium From Food is Better for Women's Bones - 6/18/2007
Test Detects Demenita with Lewy Bodies - 6/6/2007
Cleft Deformities Require Immediate Attention - 5/30/2007
After Hip Procedure, Patient Competes in Senior Olympics - 5/25/2007
Art Teacher from Pleasant Plains Gets New Heart - 5/16/2007
Some Questions could Prevent Life-threatening Errors in Gall Bladder Surgery - 5/14/2007
Study to Test Lung Cancer Vaccine - 5/14/2007
Mending Faces at the Face Lab - 5/3/2007
No More Blurry Days with New IOLs - 4/30/2007
Boy Makes Amazing Recovery With Rebuilt Skull - 4/27/2007
Study Shows Dieting Fails in the Long Run - 4/27/2007
Sleep Apnea in Women : If You Don’t Snooze You Lose - 4/26/2007
Helmets for Kids - Part of Bike Safety - 3/20/2007
On Call for NCAA Regional - 3/20/2007
Surgeons Develop Simpler Way to Cure Atrial Fibrillation - 2/14/2007
Parkinson's and the Tango Effect - 1/29/2007
VLAD To Be Alive - 1/29/2007
Surgeon Repairs Trauma Injury From Hawaii Surf - 1/25/2007
Surgeon Repairs Trauma Injury From Hawaii Surf - 1/25/2007
New Techniques are Making Hip Surgery a Better Option - 1/22/2007
St. Louis Children's Hospital Ranks Higher on Child Magazine Top Ten List - 1/10/2007
Pneumonia Vaccines Can Prevent Many Infections, Reduce Complications - 1/9/2007
Gaining on Obesity - 1/9/2007
Parents of Quintuplets Born In St. Louis Say Children Are 'Miracles' - 1/8/2007
Cutting Calories Alone May Lead to Bone Loss - 12/13/2006
CDC Warns Against Antibiolics for E. Coli Infections - 12/12/2006
Another Top Ranking for BJH Cardiovascular Care - 12/1/2006
With Gynecological Cancer - Be Persistent - 11/20/2006
First in Midwest to Implant Total Artificial Heart - 11/14/2006
High Energy Clamp Simplifies Heart Surgery - 10/26/2006
Children's Hospital Offers Hope for Babies with Foot Deformity - 10/24/2006
Siteman Moves to 100% Digital Mammography - 10/23/2006
New Prostate Probe Does It All in 1 Shot - 9/22/2006
Surgeons/Hospital Named ASBS Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence - 9/21/2006
Children Should be Banned From ATVs - 9/21/2006
ByPass Surgery Patients Regain a Sense of Normalcy - 9/11/2006
Medicine Can Make You Skin Sensitive - 8/23/2006
Tarsal Tunnel Surgery Helps Put 16-Year Old Back on His Feet - 8/18/2006
Immune System Protein May Avert Blindness - 8/16/2006
Men at Higher Risk of Recurrent Blood Clots - 7/31/2006
Be Alert for Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Kids - 7/24/2006
BJH and St. Louis Children's Hospital Earn High Scores in US News & World Report - 7/18/2006
Early Use of Cochlear Implants Best for Spoken Language - 7/17/2006
Elbows, Knees and Hips are Common Areas for Bursitis - 7/6/2006
Alzheimer's More Common Than Previously Thought - 7/3/2006
Cochlear Implants - Stereo Sound - 6/14/2006
In Diabetes, One More Burden for the Mentally Ill - 6/13/2006
Lifting Depression - 5/31/2006
The Hidden Dangers of Belly Fat - 5/25/2006
Asthma Treatment - What Works, What Doesnt - 5/19/2006
Going Out on a Limb - Nerve Transplants - 5/9/2006
Emplysema Patients Benefit From One-sided Lung Reduction - 4/17/2006
Simple Steps Can Relieve Allergies - 4/3/2006
Infections May Trigger Dangerous Blood Clots - 4/3/2006
Learning More About Depression - 3/23/2006
Balancing Act - 3/14/2006
Death of Dana Reeve Points to Lung Cancer Mystery - 3/9/2006
Melanoma Risk 2X Higher Using Tanning Beds - 3/3/2006
Unbiased Help Choosing a Medicare D Plan - 2/21/2006
New Treatments for Paralyzed Limbs - 2/21/2006
Seeds for Life: New Brachytherapy Center Launched - 1/12/2006
Staph Infections Are Common, Can Be Dangerous - 1/12/2006
Help With Medicare Part D - 1/10/2006
Mysterious Multi-symptom Condition Still More Prevalent Among Persian Gulf Vets - 12/30/2005
Siteman Puts Young Tongue Cancer Patient Back on the Road - 12/19/2005
Thompson Provides the Assist on Player's Comeback - 12/15/2005
New Technology for Image -Guided Radiotherapy Shrinks Tumors - 12/14/2005
Treatment for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Effective for Old and Young - 12/14/2005
Ram's Coach's Health Focuses Spotlight on Heart Condition - 11/1/2005
Robot Surgeons Scrub Up - 10/31/2005
More Heat Aids Cancer Therapies - 10/31/2005
St. Louis Children's Hospital Wins 3 National Honors in 2005 - 10/14/2005
A Painful Shoulder from Sports or Injury - Might Be Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - 10/6/2005
Endocarditis and the Rams Coach - 10/6/2005
In Sports Girls Get Injured More - 10/6/2005
Cell Phones and Cancer Effect - 10/6/2005
A Painful Shoulder from Sports or Injury - Might Be Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - 9/28/2005
Minimally Invasive Heart Repair for PFO - 9/9/2005
For Your Eyes Only - 8/22/2005
Washington University Heart Care Now in South County - 8/16/2005
Are Non-Smokers at Risk for Lung Cancer? - 8/11/2005
Expert in Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Elected to National Neurosurgery Board - 8/8/2005
Pomegranate Juice for Moms Help Babies Resist Brain Injury - 7/1/2005
Siblings of Children with Autism Can Help - 7/1/2005
Leave the Salt in fhe Shaker - 7/1/2005
Vaginal Cancer is Detected Best by PET - 6/25/2005
Alternatives for Treating Arthritis Pain - 6/14/2005
Latest Treatments for People with Cerebral Palsy - 6/13/2005
Granite City Man Loses 300 Pounds - 5/26/2005
St. Louis Discovery Changes Treatment Of Crohn's Disease - 5/26/2005
Surviving Your Child's Adolescence - 5/12/2005
The Effects of Smoking Never Stop - 5/10/2005
What's the Skinny on Fat? - 4/27/2005
Lung Surgery Improves Emphysema Symptoms - 4/26/2005
Grubb Named VP of American Association of Neurological Surgeons - 4/26/2005
Tragedy Haunts the Heroes - 4/20/2005
Innovative Video-assisted Lung Surgery at Christian Hospital - 4/18/2005
New Technique Safely Removes Deep Vein Clots - 4/4/2005
Washington University School of Medicine Ranked 3rd in the USA - 4/1/2005
New President of Barnes-Jewish Hospital Appointed - 4/1/2005
PSA Test Plus Digital Exam Best at Spotting Prostate Cancer - 3/28/2005
New ICD Coverage Means More Lives Will Be Saved - 3/22/2005
Reunion Scheduled for Patients & Physicians Interested in the Maze Cardiac Procedure - 3/1/2005
Siteman Extends Cancer Care to St. Charles. MO - 2/22/2005
International Health Care at Washington University Medical Center - 1/28/2005
The PSA Test in Prostate Cancer - 1/25/2005
Doctor Treats Rare Eye Disorder - 1st in the USA - 1/13/2005
New Driving Directions for Center for Advanced Medicine - 1/13/2005
Siteman Cancer Center Earns NCI Comprehensive Status - 1/13/2005
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Operating Room Project is Largest in Nation - 12/24/2004
Making Strides for Prostate Cancer - 12/24/2004
New Driving Directions to the Center for Advanced Medicine, Jan 2005 - 12/23/2004
Sudden Infant Death Linked to Lack of Experience With Tummy Sleeping - 12/7/2004
Hormone DHEA May Fight Fat and Diabetes - 11/23/2004
Brain Exercises Push Alzheimers Back - 11/9/2004
Asthma Interacts with Sickle Cell - 11/1/2004
Master of Reconstruction - Keith Brandt - 10/29/2004
Rare Transplant Performed at St. Louis Children's Hospital - 10/27/2004
Ovarian Cancer Masks Signs - 10/23/2004
No Pain Big Gain in Children's ER - 10/21/2004
Minimally Invasive Cure for Atrial Fibrillation Proved Effective - 10/17/2004
CME on VTE for PCPs and Surgeons; on Childhood Stroke for Pediatricians - 10/12/2004
Depression: The Family Connection - 10/12/2004
Comprehensive Resource for Pulmonary Hypertension - 10/1/2004
Youngest Patient to Receive Pacemaker Thrives - 9/24/2004
Orthopaedic Surgeons Preserve Hip Joints in Young Patients - 9/23/2004
Fighting Osteoporosis at Age 35 - 9/13/2004
Allergy Season Gets Late Start - Suspect the Ragweed - 9/11/2004
When Your Heart is Off Beat - 8/21/2004
More Rehab is Needed After Hip Fractures - 8/18/2004
CME on Breast Disease for Primary Care Physicians Oct 2 - 8/18/2004
Advantages of Brachytherapy in Treating Breast Cancer - 8/2/2004
Simpler Colon Cancer Surgery Passes the Test - 7/26/2004
Using PET Scans to Treat Cervical Cancer - 7/21/2004
Keating Earns International Honor - 7/7/2004
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Makes US News Honor Roll - 7/7/2004
Dacey Named Chairman of American Board of Neurological Surgery - 6/25/2004
Neurological Surgery - an Expert Approach - 6/23/2004
Eye Drops Delay Glaucoma In Black Americans - 6/20/2004
Liposuction Doesn't Help Health, Study Finds - 6/20/2004
New Gains in Treating Dystonia - 6/3/2004
CME for Cardiologists and PCPs Scheduled July 21 - 6/2/2004
New Tests for Finding Breast Cancer - 5/20/2004
Minimal Invasive Surgery Works Well for Colon Cancer - 5/20/2004
Robotic Wheelchair Raises People to New Heights - 4/30/2004
Statistics From Car Crashes Accent Need for Safety Seats - 4/23/2004
Join Us in the Race for the Cure - 4/18/2004
Treating Congenital Heart Disease - 4/16/2004
Why are 4,5,7,60 and 90 Important? - 4/6/2004
Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis - 4/6/2004
How Does Cancer Spread? - 4/6/2004
WU Ranked in Top Two in New US News & World Report - 4/2/2004
Dieting? Try Milk - 3/30/2004
Bed Sharing Boosts Risk of SIDS - 3/26/2004
Fingers to Toes: A Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review for Primary Care Providers - 3/22/2004
Technology Enables Vision Testing in Youngest of Kids - 3/11/2004
Obesity on Track as No 1. Killer - 3/11/2004
Magnetic Heart Catheter - 3/2/2004
Laser that Zaps Acne - 2/28/2004
Health & Fitness: The Five-Second Rule - 2/28/2004
Famly Lifestyle Changes Improve Children's Health - 2/23/2004
Treating Abnormal Heart Rhythms with Magnets - 2/12/2004
Faces of Beauty - Preserving Ethnic Features - 2/12/2004
Three Advanced Against Alzheimer's Disease - 2/3/2004
A Bigger and Better MRI for Children's Hospital - 2/3/2004
Flax, Soybean, Broccoli Make Championship Foods - 1/29/2004
New and Old Alzheimer Drugs Work Well Together - 1/23/2004
Hepatitis C - A New Promise Through Transplantation - 1/21/2004
Even Brief Exercise Limits Weight Gain - 1/13/2004
What Causes Shingles? - 1/10/2004
The Benefits of Ear Tubes - 1/7/2004
Lost Gel May Give Rise to Cataracts - 1/7/2004
Two Drugs Used Together to Help an Enlarged Prostate - 12/30/2003
Virtual Colonoscopy - Ready for Prime Time ? - 12/25/2003
New Imaging Techniques Help Guide Liver Surgery - 12/19/2003
Lower Mortality Rates Found at High-Caseload Hospitals - 12/11/2003
Weight Management Program Assists People Lose Excessive Weight - 12/6/2003
Organ Donors Are On the Rise - 12/2/2003
Christopher Reeve's Progress Report on Recovery from Paralysis - 11/26/2003
The Best Treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome - 11/22/2003
New Pediatric Cardiology Director Opens Fetal Heart Center - 11/19/2003
Flu Cases Surface, Shots are Advised - 11/18/2003
Stomach Pacemaker May Suppress Appetite - 11/18/2003
Stroke Patients More Likely to Survive if Treated by Experienced Hands - 11/12/2003
Breathing Easy - 20th Anniversary of the Lung Transplant - 11/7/2003
Diabetes - an Epidemic Raging in America - 11/3/2003
FDA Approval for Left-Ventrical Assist Devices in Heart Failure Patients - 11/3/2003
Student Celebrates Life One Year After Brain Surgery - 10/31/2003
Screenings Send Smokers Signals - 10/24/2003
Weight Loss and Exercise Study Needs Older Volunteers - 10/23/2003
Staph Infections Are Common But Can Be Deadly - 10/14/2003
CMEs For Physicians on Arrhythmias and on Common Vascular Diseases in Oct and Nov - 10/10/2003
Meet Lance Armstrong October 15 - 10/10/2003
Holtzman Named Head of Neurology Department - 10/10/2003
Information on Co-Morbidity May Help Fight Cancer - 10/10/2003
The Importance of Clinical Trials - 10/10/2003
Imaging Alzheimer's Disease - 10/3/2003
When Disaster Strikes Your DNA Could Determine Whether You Live or Die - 9/30/2003
More Kids Are Developing Type 2 Diabetes - 9/22/2003
Black Men Have Highest Rate of Prostate Cancer - 9/15/2003
New Material Could Rejuvenate Aging Eyes - 9/9/2003
Ice Helps Control Pain and Swelling After an Injury, Experts Say, While Heat Helps When It's Time to - 9/7/2003
The Healing Power of Exercise - 9/2/2003
New Surgery For Prostate Cancer Minimizes Incisions and Speeds Recovery - 8/26/2003
Pioneering Living Donor Liver Transplants - 8/25/2003
Procedure Helps Diabetes Patients Avoid Amputation - 8/20/2003
What Causes Hypothyroid ? - 8/20/2003
Visit the New Web Site of the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology - 8/18/2003
PET Scans - An Imaging Advance - 8/4/2003
CME IN Radiology : Radiation Dose Considerations and Future Directions - 8/4/2003
Physician Helps Young Patients With CP Learn Martial Arts - 8/1/2003
New Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Announced by ACS - 7/23/2003
Anemia - More Aggressive Identification and Treatment Needed - 7/22/2003
Dr Alan Braverman Wins Marfan Award - 7/14/2003
New Technique Takes the Ouch out of Shots and IVs - 7/12/2003
Finding SARS Sooner : WU Researchers Develop Quick Test - 7/12/2003
Urinary Tract Germs Resist Antibiotics by Building Forts to Defence - 7/9/2003
CME on Clinical Allergy For Practicing Physicians to be Held August 8-9 - 7/7/2003
The 10% Solution - Losing a Little Brings Big Gains - 6/25/2003
Radiation Therapy Used to Treat Ocular Melanoma While Preserving the Eye - 6/23/2003
Enhanced MRI Detects Tumors Tinier Than a Pea - 6/19/2003
Woman Regains Voice After Surgery - 6/18/2003
You Can Reduce Risk of ACL Tear - 6/6/2003
Headbands Provide Minimal Protection for Soccer Players - 6/4/2003
Procedure Revolutionizes Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm - 6/4/2003
Atkins' Dieters Lose More and Improve Lipids Over Conventional Dieters - 5/21/2003
National Emphysema Results Confirm Washington University Findings - 5/21/2003
Cosmetic Surgery - the Caring Touch - 5/20/2003
Artificial Disc Replacement Investigated by Physicians - 5/16/2003
Tarr Becomes Head of Pediatric Gastroenterology - 5/12/2003
Washington Manual Internal Medicine and Board Review Course, May 28-June1, 2003 - 5/8/2003
Drug-Coated Stents Improve Heart Patients' Outcome - FDA Agree - 5/2/2003
New Minimally Invasive Back Surgery Technique Reduces Pain and Blood Loss - 4/29/2003
Researchers Say Infants Should Sleep Alone - 4/21/2003
Patient Success Stories Garner National Attention for St. Louis Children's Hospital - 4/21/2003
Dialysis Center Moves to New Quarters - 4/11/2003
Medical School Ties for Second in Rankings - 4/11/2003
Healthy Living: A Primer on Blood Clots - 4/8/2003
New Stents Keep Coronary Arteries Unclogged - 4/6/2003
CME on Treatment of Gynecological Cancer To Be Held April 25,2003 - 3/27/2003
Lung Surgery Benefits Emphysema Patients for Several Years - 3/25/2003
Focus on Gynecologic Oncology Team - 3/25/2003
Being Alert in Your Nineties - 3/19/2003
Brain Scan Shows How to Spot a Bright Spark - 3/19/2003
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Designeated Level One Trauma Center Again - 3/12/2003
Heartburn Keeps on Hurting - 3/10/2003
Scientists Develop Effective Tool for Predicting Cervical Cancer Outcome - 3/9/2003
Healthy Volunteers - You Can Help - 3/5/2003
St. Louis Cardinals Again Choose Washington University Physicians - 3/3/2003
Sickle Cell Has a Tireless Foe - Dr Michael DeBaun - 2/26/2003
With Facial Paralysis, Immediate Treatment is the Key - 2/20/2003
Healing Hearts - Focus on Dr. Michael Cain - 2/17/2003
Dead Birds Spread the Viral Alarm for West Nile Virus - 2/14/2003
Special PET Scans Provide Clues About the Origin of Epileptic Seizures - 2/10/2003
Is Losing Weight a Losing Battle ? - 2/10/2003
Focus on Washington University Surgeon Jeffrey Lowell, M.D. - 2/4/2003
A More Accurate Test for Prostate Cancer Being Developed - 2/4/2003
What Makes West Nile Virus Deadly to Some People But Not Others? - 1/29/2003
Radiology CME To Be Held February 10, 2003 - 1/22/2003
Device Helps Reduce Death From Heart Disease - 1/22/2003
Finding the Best Treatment for Kids With Mild Asthma - 1/21/2003
Center for Diseases of the Thoracic Aorta- Trials of Hope - 1/14/2003
CME in General Surgery February 20-22, 2003 - Latest Approaches and Current Controversies - 1/14/2003
Magnet Guides Doctors Fixing Brain Diseases Without a Drill - 1/8/2003
New PET/CT Scanner at Work Against Cancer - 12/31/2002
New Center Established for Islet Transplantation in Diabetes Type 1 Patients - 12/31/2002
Strategies for Parenting - 2003 - 12/28/2002
Please Change Your Bookmark From wuphysicians.org to wuphysicians.wustl.edu - 12/28/2002
Minimally Invasive Function-Preserving Renal Cancer Surgery at Washington University - 12/18/2002
New Tongue Reconstruction Methods Help Patients with Mouth Cancer - 12/17/2002
A Hospital That's Hospitable - 12/16/2002
Can Diabetics Benefit from Removal of Fat? - 12/10/2002
Please Change wuphysicians.org to wuphysicians.wustl.edu - 12/5/2002
Taking Steroids? Then Be Kind to Your Bones - 12/4/2002
Over 200,000 Deaths a Year, Diabetes is a Growing Problem in the US - 11/29/2002
Cure For Cancer Hinges on Patient Volunteering for Research - 11/24/2002
New Treatment Strategy for Crohn's Disease Yields Improvement - 11/24/2002
New Technique for Detecting Breast Cancer in High-Risk Women - 11/15/2002
Free Lung Screening Available for 6000 Smokers - 11/15/2002
Knowing What to do When a Heart Attack Occurs - 11/14/2002
Asthma:Sleep Disorders May Indicate Worsening of Problems - 10/24/2002
Are There Any Alternative Treatments for Sjogren's Syndrome ? - 10/23/2002
Nocturnal Dialysis Offers Kidney Patients Alternatives - 10/14/2002
African-American blood-donation program funded by grant - 10/9/2002
Warner's Finger is Surgically Repaired - 10/2/2002
Football Injury May Have Saved Player's Life - 9/30/2002
Helping Babies Sleep More Safely - 9/27/2002
Clinical Trial for People with Parkinson's Disease Uses Magnetic Therapy - 9/27/2002
Marfan's Can Be Hard to Spot - 9/17/2002
New Unit Offers Hope for Local Children With HIV - 9/17/2002
First Case of Partial Recovery More than Two Years after Spinal Cord Injury - 9/11/2002
The Furor Over the Atkins Diet - 9/10/2002
CPX Testing - The Body's Efficiency Expert - 8/30/2002
CME on Colorectal Cancer to be Held Sept 27, 2002 - 8/30/2002
Paralyzed Child Given the Chance to Walk - 8/27/2002
Washington University is One to Test Atkins Diet - 8/15/2002
Breaking the Language Barrier - Interpreters Service for Non-English Speaking Patients or Families - 8/14/2002
CME on Mgmt of Renal Diseases to be Held in Eastern Missouri, Sept 21, 2002 - 8/14/2002
New Treatment for Lupus is First in 30 Years - 8/8/2002
Eat Your Ice Cream Slower - 8/8/2002
High Tech Bike Helps Paralyzed in Recovery - 7/26/2002
Gene Marker May Identify Risk for Recurrence of Endometrial Cancer - 7/26/2002
Washington University Heart Specialist Chosen to Lead Heart Program in Branson Missouri - 7/25/2002
Weigh To Life Classes at the Heart Care Institute - Enrollment Open - 7/12/2002
Washington University Study Explores Plant Extract as Sleep Aid - 7/12/2002
Barnes-Jewish Ranked in Top Ten Hospitals Again - 7/12/2002
HRT Found to Prevent Tooth Loss - 7/8/2002
Tips on Having a Mammography - 7/2/2002
Doctors Say Pitcher's Fatal Problem is Common, and Preventable - 6/25/2002
Volunteers Needed for Study on Chronic Lung Disease - Emphysema or Chronic Bronchitis - 6/25/2002
Hall of Famer Jack Buck Dies at Age 77 - 6/19/2002
Sun Tans - Show Your True Colors and Avoid Risk - 6/17/2002
Eyedrops Delay Onset of Glaucoma - 6/17/2002
Volunteers Needed for Clinical Trial for Insomnia - 6/7/2002
Revolutionary New Breast Test Finds Cancer Early - 6/6/2002
Spinal Surgery Lets Woman Enjoy Life Again - 6/6/2002
Washington University Study Results: How Children Use Their Brains Differently for Language Tasks - 5/24/2002
Drug Reduces Risk of Acute Rejection in Kidney Transplantation - 5/24/2002
Turning Back Your Body's Clock - After Middle Age - 5/24/2002
Genetic Factor Will Predict Cancer Risk to Family Members - 5/20/2002
Shock Treatment May Not Be First Choice for Hearts with Irregular Rhythm - 5/10/2002
Waiting is Best Strategy for Some Aneurysms - 5/9/2002
Washington University Medical School Now Ranks Third in US - 5/2/2002
New Imaging Techniques IDs Emphysema Earlier - 4/24/2002
Brain Bypass Fixes Aneurysms - 4/19/2002
Laparoscopic Prostate Removal Surgery Now Offered - 4/10/2002
Washington University School of Medicine Now Ranked 3rd in the USA - 4/5/2002
Coordinated Health Planning in St. Louis - Finally Begun - 4/3/2002
Drowsy Days, Restless Nights - Clinical Trial for Narcolepsy Seeking Volunteers - 3/26/2002
Animal Study Shows Blood Test Reveals Alzheimer's-like Changes - 3/26/2002
New Clinical Trial Uses Special Putty for Spinal Fusion Surgery - 3/20/2002
Workshop for Family and Friends of Cancer Patients - Repeated in April - 3/12/2002
First Annual Oncology Nursing Symposium by Siteman Cancer Center April 5-6, 2002 - 3/12/2002
Outstanding CME For Radiologists and Oncologists to be Held March 11, 2002 - 2/26/2002
Successful Surgical Procedure for Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy Featured in Time Magazine - 2/26/2002
Help Coping With Parkinson's Disease - 2/25/2002
Healthy Hearts - What Does Your Body Need ? - 2/12/2002
Mammograms Save Lives in the Long Run - 2/5/2002
Study of Virtual Colonoscopy Promises Easier Colon Cancer Exams - 2/5/2002
Washington University Physicians Offer Newly Approved Treatment for Parkinson's Disease - 1/17/2002
Children Who Survive Meningitis Show Normal Intellect - 1/15/2002
Can Medicated Heart Stents Prevent Re-Narrowing of Arteries ? - 1/15/2002
New Drug Can Cut Relapse Rate in Schizophrenic Patients in Half - 1/4/2002
Can Asthma Patients Get Flu Shots ? - 12/31/2001
Siteman Cancer Center - A Regional Resource - 12/29/2001
The Anxiety of Breast Cancer - 12/26/2001
Wide Range of Implants Play Ever-Growing Role in Improving Lives - 12/14/2001
Two Heart Devices Available for Patients with Heart Failure - 12/4/2001
New Procedure for Kidney Live Donor Transplant is a Help to Donors - 12/4/2001
Bipolar Disorder Hits the Youngest the Hardest - 11/29/2001
Treating Anemia Saves Lives After Heart Attacks. - 11/19/2001
Comparing Aspirin and Coumadin for Stroke Prevention - Results Equal - 11/19/2001
New Drug Helps Bowel Function Recover Quicker After Abdominal Surgery - 11/19/2001
Two Treatments for Prostate Cancer Compared - 11/12/2001
Evidence-Based Medicine: CME for Primary Care Physicians to be held Dec 1, 2001 - 10/31/2001
The Lifeline With Marfan's: Its Diagnosis - 10/31/2001
CME for PCPs and Internists on Evidenced-Based Medicine for Common Conditions, Dec 1 - 10/17/2001
Implantable Device Offers Spinal Cord Injured New Hope - 10/15/2001
Mechanical Heart Assist Device Keeps Patients Alive - 10/15/2001
New Arthritis Drug Fights Rheumatoid Arthritis - 10/15/2001
The Perfect Day - 10/5/2001
New Pill May Help Abdominal Healing After Surgery - 9/28/2001
Pushing the Frontiers of Science for Cancer Treatment - 9/21/2001
Robotic Machine May Help Patients Walk Again - 9/20/2001
New Surgeons Join Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery - 9/20/2001
PET Scan Proves Best for Revealing Spread of Cervical Cancer - 9/10/2001
Even in Women Over 75, HRT Provides Benefit in Bone Density - 8/31/2001
Even in Women over 75, Estrogen Gives Frail Bones a Boost - 8/17/2001
For Post-Menopausal Women, Exercise and HRT Independently Reduce Fat Mass and Improve Insulin Action - 8/17/2001
Siteman Cancer Center Here Wins Designation from National Cancer Institute - 8/17/2001
Biggest Study on Prostate Cancer Prevention Begins - 8/8/2001
Robotic Walking Machines Speed Recovery of Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries - 7/25/2001
Nasopharyngeal (Nose and Throat) Cancer Results Better Here Than National Study Average - 7/24/2001
TVT - An Effective Procedure for Patients With Stress Incontinence - 7/13/2001
Live Kidney Donors - Real Heroes - 7/10/2001
Manic Depression Affects Children Too - 7/10/2001
Mutch Named the Ira C. and Judith Gall Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology - 7/5/2001
Ways to Beat a Killer Disease - Diabetes - 6/26/2001
Predicting Strokes in Patients with Irregular Heart Rhythm - 6/14/2001
PET Scans Identify Breast-Cancer Patients Who Will Respond to Hormone Therapy - 6/12/2001
People with Diabetes Must Be On Guard for Depression - 6/11/2001
One Year After Surgery, Robotic Grafts Still a Success - 6/1/2001
Doctors Use Surgeries, Genetics to Fight Cancer Plaguing Family - 5/30/2001
Hormone May Protect Women's Brains - 5/21/2001
Uncle Sam Wants You.........To Be Tested and Treated for High Cholesterol - 5/18/2001
Avoid Dementia - Keep the Mind Active - 5/10/2001
Comprehensive Course in Skill Transfer for Surgeons : Laparoscopy Skills in Urology - June 22, 2001 - 5/3/2001
Mega Symposium on Cancer Treatment for Physicians June 1, 2001 - 5/3/2001
Diabetes Management Course for PCPs, Internists, Endocrinologists, Educators and Nurses May 12, 2001 - 5/3/2001
Mad Cow Disease Study at Washington University - 4/24/2001
Boosting Clinical Trials at Washington University - 4/23/2001
CME on Non-Invasive Imaging in Coronary Artery Disease April 28, 2001 - 4/10/2001
CME on Cancer Care for Internists and other Primary Care Clinicians April 20-21 - 4/10/2001
Surgical Options for Patients with Coronary Artery Disease - 4/10/2001
Giving Your Body a Thorough Walkout - 3/29/2001
Heart Surgery of the Future - Here Now - 3/28/2001
Depression, Heart Attacks and Exercise - 3/20/2001
How to Beat Insomnia - 3/20/2001
Doctors Say They're Seeing More Knee Injuries - 3/7/2001
Echocardiographic Labs Provide Physicians All Digital, Harmonic Imaging for Heart Assessment - 3/7/2001
Washington University Stroke Center Receives High Marks - 3/7/2001
Continued Medical Education Course for Surgeons - March 22-24 - 2/23/2001
Patients Needing Thoracic Surgery Benefit From Specialized Unit at Barnes-Jewish Hospital - 2/23/2001
Model Rehabilitation Facility to Open in March. - 2/22/2001
More Help for Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - 2/12/2001
More Evidence for New Model of Asthma - 2/8/2001
Family Members Affected by Marfan Syndrome Deaths Work for Awareness - 2/7/2001
Dr. Young Named Hamm Professor of Plastic Surgery - 1/31/2001
People With History of Heart Failure May be Eligible for Study of New Pacemakers - 1/29/2001
Exercise a Cold, Rest a Fever ? The Above-the-Neck / Below-the-Neck Rule - 1/23/2001
Washington University and Gambro Healthcare Partner to Open Two More Dialysis Facilities in St Louis - 1/23/2001
Experience Counts: Patients Getting Heart Stents Do Better in High Volume Centers. - 1/10/2001
Doctors and Scientists in St Louis are Working on the World's Most Promising Medical Advances - 1/8/2001
Researchers Move Closer to Treatment That Halts Malaria Infection - 1/4/2001
Latest Survey Find 61 Percent of Americans Are Overweight - 12/29/2000
Better Stroke Therapy - 12/20/2000
Help ! The Needle On My Scale is Stuck - the Weight Plateau - 12/20/2000
Minimally Invasive Surgery Center Offers Latest Technology - 12/19/2000
Road Rage - Brain Chemistry or Lifestyle ? - 12/12/2000
Maloney to Occupy Knight Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery - 12/8/2000
Searching for a Cure for Spinal Cord Injuries - 12/6/2000
New Imaging Method Protects Healthy Organs During Cervical Cancer Treatment - 12/5/2000
Family Safe From Prostate Cancer Radiation Seeds - 11/30/2000
Gamma Knife For Treatment of Benign and Malignant Brain Tumors and Vascular Malformations - 11/22/2000
Neville Grant Award Given to M. Gilbert Grand, M.D. - 11/22/2000
Radiation Technique Improves Outcome for Patients with Head and Neck Cancer - 11/22/2000
Aspirin Helps Prevent Heart Attacks But Can Hurt Stomach. Ask Your Doctor About It. - 11/14/2000
Women at High Risk for Breast Cancer Eligible for Clinical Study - 11/13/2000
Lung Reduction Surgery Saves Lives - 11/6/2000
Women Dealing With Diabetes are Needed for Medical Study - 11/3/2000
Blood Thinners Prevent Strokes - 11/2/2000
Medical Frontiers - DNA Cops - 11/2/2000
New Infertility Plan at Barnes-Jewish Hospital Delivers - Or Your Money Back - 10/23/2000
Support Clinical Trials to Improve Breast Cancer Treatment - 10/20/2000
Fingers to Toes: A Comprehensive Orthopedic Review for Primary Care Providers - 10/20/2000
Free Video on Infertility Treatment and Reproductive Medicine - 10/20/2000
Children With Asthma Can Safely Inhale Steroids, With No Side-Effects, Study Shows - 10/17/2000
Washington University Researchers Find Another Clue in the Heredity Factor for Alzheimer's Disease - 10/17/2000
Pediatric Epilepsy Center Establishes a New-Onset Seizure Clinic - 10/11/2000
Teaching Hospitals Provide Better Care - 10/11/2000
Infertility: Finding Safe Therapies - 9/27/2000
Valve Replacement Benefits Elderly - 9/27/2000
Seminar on Stroke for Physicians, October 14, 2000 - 9/25/2000
Study for Patients With Back Pain Started - 9/25/2000
Aortic Valve Replacement Improves Quality Of Life For Patients Over 80 - 9/22/2000
Study Suggests Best Follow-Up Tests for Prostate Cancer Risk - 9/22/2000
Full-Day CME for Primary Care Physicians on Evaluating & Managing Key Clinical Conditions - Oct 21 - 9/22/2000
Smokers Needed for Lung Screening Study - 9/8/2000
Killing Tumour Cells From Within Leaves Healthy Ones Unscathed - 9/8/2000
Orthopaedic Surgeons Collaborate With Finnish Doctors to Develop Sports Medicine Program - 9/8/2000
Unsafe Sleep Practices Kill Babies - 9/6/2000
Avoid Sun and Check Skin to Prevent Melanoma - 8/31/2000
Daughter Gives Mother Gift of Life With Liver Transplant - 8/24/2000
Two Courses for Physicians Treating Thoracic and Cardiovascular Diseases in September, 2000 - 8/21/2000
Nerve-Grafting Preserves Potency in Prostate Cancer Patients - 8/18/2000
Memory Loss in Seniors is Not Always Alzheimers Disease - 8/10/2000
Medical Education for Physicians: Internal Medicine Review August 24-27, 2000 - 8/10/2000
Sydney Olympic Games Prizes Washington University Researcher - 7/27/2000
Rogers to Lead VHA'a Nationwide Effort to Improve Treatment of Congestive Heart Failure - 7/25/2000
Embolization :One Method to Treat Chronic Pelvic Pain - 7/24/2000
Gaining Ground on Type 1 Juvenile Diabetes - 7/24/2000
Feds Choose Washington University To Locate Disease-Causing Genes - 7/13/2000
Helping People at Risk For Infectious Diseases Means Getting Out to Find Them - 7/6/2000
Milestone in Genome Project Emphasizes How Much Work Remains - 6/26/2000
Medication Errors in Barnes-Jewish Hospital Reduced by Real-Time Notice System - 6/21/2000
Childhood Asthma Under Study - Looking for 50 Children, ages 2-4 - 6/21/2000
News: Nuclear Imaging Technology is Helping Doctors Decide Among Cancer Treatments - 6/9/2000
News: Study Uses Antibiotic to Block Aortic Aneurysms - 6/9/2000
News Story: Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Treatment Choices - 6/8/2000
4-Year Study of Stroke Risk and Statin Drugs by Neuroradiologist - 6/8/2000
Free Seminar Highlights Latest Treatment in Low Back Pain - June 17 - 6/8/2000
Modesty Can Be Deadly - Commentary on Colon Cancer - 6/7/2000
Medication Errors Reduced by Real-Time Notice System - 6/7/2000
Researchers Finish Cracking the Human Genome Code - 5/29/2000
Researchers Able to Direct Embryonic Cells to Repair Central Nervous System - 5/29/2000
Study Reports Patients Fare Better in Teaching Hospitals - 5/19/2000
Washington University Chemists Create Particles for Vectors in Gene Therapy - Knedel Nano-Particles - 5/12/2000
Percutaneous Vertebroplasty (PVP) Provides Relief for Patients With Compression Fractures - 5/12/2000
Washington University Doctors Chosen by Peers as Best Doctors - 5/12/2000
Orthpaedic Team From Finland to Study Sports Medicine Model - 5/5/2000
June CME for Urologists: Laparoscopic Urological Oncology - 5/4/2000
Neurosurgery Team To Volunteer in Kenya - 4/26/2000
Study Will Test Treating Diabetes Using Inhalers - 4/19/2000
Continuing Medical Education for Urologists in June, 2000 - 4/19/2000
Patients Rate the Lung Center: Convenient, First-Class Treatment - 4/13/2000
Lessons Cancer Taught Me - 4/7/2000
Study Looks at Link Between Ovarian Function and Knee Injuries in Athletes - 4/3/2000
Research Leads to Help for Spinal Cord Patients - 3/22/2000
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Patients Can Upgrade Room To Hotel Standard - 3/22/2000
June CME for Urologists: Laparoscopic Urologic Oncology - 3/21/2000
April CME for Physicians : Myasthenia Gravis - 3/21/2000
Patients Wanting to Volunteer for Clinical Trials Have Easier Access - 3/21/2000
Dr. Michael Beardslee Joins Cardiovascular Division - 3/21/2000
Dr. Charles Carey Joins Cardiovascular Division - 3/21/2000
Dr. Lawrence Lenke to Lead S.P.O.R.T. Study - 3/20/2000
Washington University Scientists Uncover Clues to Alzheimer's Disease - 3/16/2000
500th Lung Transplant Perfomed - 3/13/2000
Survival of Patients Needing Aortic Aneurysm Repair at 98.5% - 2/2/2000
Patients Needed for ACES Study - 2/2/2000
New Chief of Cardiac Surgery Pioneer in Robotically-Assisted Cardiac surgery - 2/2/2000
The Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center Established; Dr. Timothy J. Eberlein Named Director - 2/2/2000
High Impact Rheumatology for Primary Care Physicians - 2/2/2000
Dialysis Patients Bike to Benefit - 2/2/2000
New Tick-Borne Disease Identified - 11/22/1999
Study Finds Common Therapy Used to Prevent Miscarriage Not Helpful - 11/22/1999
Blood Clot Danger Detected at Bedside - 11/22/1999
A Patient's Story -- A Breath of Hope for the Future - 11/22/1999
Stroke Audiotape Now Available - 11/22/1999
BJH Recognized As Most Preferred Hospital - 11/22/1999
Boosting a Failing Heart - 11/22/1999
Percutaneous Vertebroplasty (PVP) Procedure Available For Pain Relief - 11/22/1999
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Audiotape Now Available - 11/22/1999
Human DNA Sequencing - 11/22/1999
Eye Research - 11/22/1999
International Healthcare Services Web Publications - 11/22/1999
School of Medicine Ranked No. 1 in Country - 11/22/1999
New Physician Joins Washington University School of Medicine - 11/22/1999
Cancer Center Offers After Hours Assistance - 11/22/1999











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