More than 350,000 people each year will experience an out of hospital cardiac arrest, and Dr. Natalia Trayanova's team is using cutting-edge science to make sure more people survive.
While transplant of a human kidney is the best treatment for kidney failure, there simply aren’t enough donor kidneys to go around.
What if you could detect cancer at its earliest stages – before there are any symptoms that would send you to a doctor?
Thousands of diseases are rooted in our genes, occurring when something goes wrong during cell multiplication and causes a mutation in the gene’s DNA sequence.
In 2016, nearly 1.7 million people in the United States alone will be diagnosed with cancer. For many of these people, treatment will involve surgery to remove the cancer.
For the 1.25 million American adults and children with type 1 diabetes, managing blood-sugar levels is a 24/7 affair.