Orthobiologics Show Great Promise for Less Invasive Treatment of Certain Musculoskeletal Conditions

AAOS recognizes the potential orthobiologics could have on the future of musculoskeletal patient care, but recommends the need for additional evidence-based research and education for physicians and clear information for patients.

AAOS Releases New Guidance to Elevate and Simplify Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in Practice

Kurt P. Spindler, MD, FAAOS, AAOS PROMs workgroup chair. "The new AAOS PROMs user guide, scoring tool and other high-quality resources distill knowledge and expertise from a broad range of stakeholders and orthopaedic experts to provide a set of best practices to facilitate an organization's ability to implement and utilize PROMs."

Breast Cancer Patients with Higher BMI More Likely to Experience Heart Damage During Chemotherapy

The study will be presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) Latin America 2023 Together with Asociación Costarricense de Cardiología in San Jose, Costa Rica.

Newly Published Society of Interventional Radiology Position Statement Outlines Appropriate Use of Endovascular Management for Treatment of Chronic Iliofemoral Venous Occlusions

While this research proceeds, Society of Interventional Radiology believes that adherence to the statement’s recommendations will enable judicious use of endovascular therapy in a manner that optimizes benefit and minimizes harm.

High Schooler (Rakshith Srinivasan) Empowers Youth with Nonprofit “Unlimited Potential”, Raises $100,000 for Sports Medicine Research and Advocacy

Rakshith Srinivasan, a driven high school student from Eastside Preparatory School, Kirkland, WA, has founded a nonprofit organization called Unlimited Potential (UP). UP is dedicated to generating awareness and fundraising for sports medicine research, aiming to empower children with physical disabilities and chronic health conditions to participate in school sports with ease. Rakshith Srinivasan's passion for sports medicine research and STEM awareness has led him to create UP and make a difference in the lives of young athletes within the community.

City of Hope Researchers to Present New Treatments for Blood, Prostate and Other Cancers at 2023 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting

This year's ASCO Annual Meeting highlights the exceptional work City of Hope doctors and scientists are leading with the hope of finding better treatments against a wide range of cancers," said Steven T. Rosen, M.D., City of Hope provost and chief scientific officer, Irell & Manella Cancer Center Director's Distinguished Chair.

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