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Pickleball Popularity Still Surging, But So Are Related Injuries, Especially Among Older Adults News

Pickleball Popularity Still Surging, But So Are Related Injuries, Especially Among Older Adults

As you may have heard, pickleball has been the fastest-growing recreational sport in the U.S. for years – and its rising popularity refuses to wane.
Advanced Ovarian Cancer: New Hope News

Advanced Ovarian Cancer: New Hope

In the past few years, advances in ovarian cancer ? particularly for stage 4 metastatic disease ? have given physicians new treatment options and significantly extended the lives of patients.
Baptist Health Announces Warren R. Selman, M.D., as Chief Medical Executive for Marcus Neuroscience Institute News

Baptist Health Announces Warren R. Selman, M.D., as Chief Medical Executive for Marcus Neuroscience Institute

Baptist Health South Florida announces the appointment of Warren R. Selman, M.D., as its new chief medical executive for Marcus Neuroscience Institute, a part of Baptist Health, at Boca Raton Regional Hospital.
Tom C. Nguyen, M.D. Named Chief Medical Executive of Baptist Health Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute News

Tom C. Nguyen, M.D. Named Chief Medical Executive of Baptist Health Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute

Baptist Health South Florida today announced it has named Tom C. Nguyen, M.D. Chief Medical Executive and Barry T. Katzen Endowed Chair of Baptist Health Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, effective this fall. 
Metastatic Breast Cancer: New Treatments Making Headway News

Metastatic Breast Cancer: New Treatments Making Headway

New drug therapies for metastatic, or advanced, breast cancer (MBC) are offering renewed hope for patients, having a significant impact on both lifespan and quality of life.
Michael Cohn, M.D., Joins Baptist Health as an Orthopedic Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon News

Michael Cohn, M.D., Joins Baptist Health as an Orthopedic Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon

Michael Cohn, M.D., joins Baptist Health as a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, specializing in the nonsurgical and surgical treatment of hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder disorders.
Chest Pain in Women: Why This Symptom and Others Should Never Be Ignored News

Chest Pain in Women: Why This Symptom and Others Should Never Be Ignored

Women are more likely to have a heart attack without chest pain than men, and they are more likely to experience other symptoms that men don’t. Women also tend to dismiss sporadic chest pain and other subtle symptoms that could be an indicator of heart disease.
Breast Cancer in Young Women Podcast

Breast Cancer in Young Women

In this insightful episode, Dr. Jane Mendez, Chief of Breast Surgery at Miami Cancer Institute, and Dr. Ana Sandoval Leon, medical oncologist specializing in breast cancer at Miami Cancer Institute, delve into the intricate world of breast cancer as it affects young women.
Dr. Michael Chuong Discusses the Importance of MRI-Guided Radiotherapy in Cancer News

Dr. Michael Chuong Discusses the Importance of MRI-Guided Radiotherapy in Cancer

Dr. Chuong discusses the evolution of MRI-guided radiation in the cancer treatment armamentarium, the benefits of the MRIdian SMART system, and how Miami Cancer Institute is leading the way with trainings to expand the use of this technology.
Studies Supporting the Use of PD-L1 Therapy Plus Chemo in ES-SCLC News

Studies Supporting the Use of PD-L1 Therapy Plus Chemo in ES-SCLC

Federico Albrecht, MD, comments on clinical trials supporting the use of PD-L1 inhibitor therapy in combination with standard chemotherapy for the treatment of patients with extensive-stage small cell lung cancer.
Newest Advances in Stem Cell Transplantation Offer Promise for Complex Hematologic Malignancies News

Newest Advances in Stem Cell Transplantation Offer Promise for Complex Hematologic Malignancies

New stem cell transplantation research conducted by physicians at selected stem cell transplant centers and at Miami Cancer Institute, part of Baptist Health, is showing promise in the fight against relapse, a leading cause of death in patients with hematologic cancers.
Back Pain Leads to Man's Surprise Kidney Cancer Diagnosis News

Back Pain Leads to Man's Surprise Kidney Cancer Diagnosis

Antonio Gonzalez knows about back pain, having endured cervical spine surgery some years ago after a globe-trotting career as a purser with American Airlines and later suffering injuries to his back. But this pain was something he had never felt before.

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