Compound kills tumors in mice, human cancer cells in multiple ways.
Adetunji T. Toriola, MD, PhD, a professor of surgery in the Division of Public Health Sciences, has been named a William H. Danforth Washington University Physician Scholar.
Atlas of pancreas tumors reveals important new findings in treatment resistance, possible new therapies.
After beloved St. Louis radio personality Jeff Burton died from prostate cancer, Zachary Smith, MD, appeared on Fox2 to discuss what men need to know about this disease.
Graham Colditz, MD, DrPH, offers advice on how to keep children healthy this school year.
Cessation treatment can aid such dual nicotine users.
Surgeon named Mid-America Transplant/Department of Surgery Distinguished Endowed Chair in Abdominal Transplantation.
Research also is starting to show it’s possible to quantify how much of a workout may make a difference after a diagnosis of the illness.
Recognized for expertise in endocrine tumor development.
After a winter storm prevented a Mid-America Transplant flight from getting out of Chicago, the transplant team bought a ticket for the lungs on Southwest Airlines which ferried the precious cargo to St. Louis in time for a transplant operation at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Colin Ledbetter, 25, was taken out of the ICU this week to begin inpatient rehabilitation.
When Dr. Tiffany M. Osborn received her COVID-19 vaccination shortly after vaccines became available in late 2020, she felt hopeful about the pandemic’s trajectory. A year later, she’s sad and frustrated to see so many COVID patients in the ICU.
Will engage patients, survivors in studying rare cancer, tumors affecting African Americans.
Across the country, and at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, collaborative, multidisciplinary teams are working to preserve and reconstruct damaged limbs. Such teams include specialists from multiple fields: orthopedics, trauma, acute and critical care, plastic and reconstructive surgery, vascular surgery, podiatry, wound care and rehabilitation, all working together to lower the number of amputations performed each year.
A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis shows that a type of “good cholesterol” called HDL3, when produced in the intestine, protects the liver from inflammation and injury.
A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis shows that African American women with triple-negative breast cancer have higher mortality than white American women with this aggressive tumor. The investigators call for more research to understand the factors driving the disparities in order to find ways to address them.
Tiffany Osborn, MD, MPH, and her colleagues have spent the pandemic tending to people in the COVID-19 intensive care unit.
Among the dozen or so framed photos of family and momentous occasions earning spots on a shelf in Dr. Timothy Eberlein’s office is one of him and Alvin Siteman. It was taken at an event about six years ago. They have their arms around each other and are smiling broadly.