Socioeconomic status and race could play a role in treatment decisions, according to new research.
Applied research with its inquiry-aided design, has helped Jefferson faculty and students come up with solutions to some surprising issues created by the pandemic.
Researchers use discarded wound dressings as a novel and non-invasive way to study the mechanisms that promote healing.
Tweaking the adenovirus spike protein induces a more robust immune reaction for a cancer vaccine against gastric, pancreatic, esophageal and colon malignancies in animal models.
A pair of new studies identify overlooked physiological factors and lack of knowledge around wellness as contributors to risk of stress fracture in women who run.
Although surgery during pregnancy is often feared, in the case of cholecystitis or acute gallbladder disease, surgery may lead to better outcomes for mom and baby.
Understanding trauma women experienced as children can inform better care for moms struggling with opioid use disorder.
Pairing bariatric surgery with LVAD heart surgery may be an effective bridge to heart transplant for obese patients.
Adolescents and young women with disabilities can stop periods and get relief from distressing menstrual symptoms with IUDs, in the largest study in this population to date.
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