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Doctors on Call answers viewer questions about everything from Diagnosis, Treatment and Potential Complications of Diabetes

Pathological complete response appeared to be a viable surrogate outcome for EFS and distant RFS, according to long-term efficacy results from the I-SPY2 TRIAL. 

Dr. Lidia Zylowska, Department of Psychiatry, authors this article on the practice of mindfulness to improve physicians care and quality of life.

U.S. regulators have approved the Vercise Deep Brain Stimulation System to treat patients with Parkinson’s Disease. 

Doctors on Call answers viewer questions about everything from Alzheimers Disease and chronic migraines, to the treatment of strokes and other neurologic problems.

Survivors of allogeneic bone marrow transplant who develop chronic graft-versus-host disease are three times more likely to develop multiple chronic health conditions according to new UMN study.

A new podcast launched by the University of Minnesota Medical School's Office of Admissions is aiming to help students navigate the stressful task of applying to medical school.

Dr. Michael Howell, Department of Surgery, alongside Dr. Brent Nelson, Department of Psychiatry, joined MPR to discuss the connection of sleep and mental health. 

Only a handful of universities in the nation have reached this milestone.

New research out of the University of Minnesota addresses the question, how does running affect your heart.


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