For one woman with a high risk of breast cancer, a rigorous approach to screening delivered the right treatment at the right time.
By Kathy Katella
Treatment of peripheral artery disease has undergone a revolution. Surgeons can choose among a variety of procedures based on a patient's condition.
For the past 19 years, Women’s Health Research at Yale has explored the differences between the sexes—changing health outcomes for women the world over.
A severe allergic reaction caused Tom Kuczenski's tongue to swell dangerously. Quick action by a Yale Medicine physician saved his life.
Polycystic kidney disease is inherited, but one family shows how by pulling together—and getting cutting-edge health care—you can fight the disease.
Should babies sleep on their backs? With or without a pacifier? Yale Medicine's Eve Colson, MD, shares tips for keeping your baby safe.
For children living with congenital heart disease, a revolutionary new valve replacement can provide an easier alternative to open-heart surgery.
For some patients whose cancer treatments suddenly stop working, a highly focused dose of SBRT can function like a reboot to the immune system.
Alopecia universalis—the loss of all body hair—can significantly affect a patient’s identity. But thanks to a Yale Medicine dermatologist, it’s reversible.
Tennis-lover Thomas Dolan, 85, got back on the court quickly thanks to Yale Medicine physicians and a transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).
Yale Medicine's Sexuality, Intimacy and Menopause Clinic is one of a few medical centers dedicated to treating sexual health in cancer survivors.
Yale Medicine doctors look for the underlying cause behind a child's short stature and may recommend treatments including testosterone or growth hormones.