An expanded Lung Cancer Screening Program at UR Medicine aims to encourage more people who are eligible to get screened for lung cancer.
Palliative care expert Timothy Quill, M.D. explores the legal, ethical, and emotional aspects of the lesser known end-of-life option, voluntarily stopping eating and drinking.
This holiday season, the best thing you can do for yourself, your loved ones and your community is to stay healthy and safe.
A URMC study of 77 mothers - 47 in the infected group, 30 in the vaccine group - found that both groups produced strong levels of neutralizing COVID antibodies in breast milk samples.
URMC will serve as the lead study site in the U.S. for an experimental treatment being developed by Neurogene for CLN5 Batten disease, a rare and fatal neurodegenerative disorder.
Doctors can safely prescribe less chemotherapy for older adults without impacting survival, if personal circumstances call for it. A tool known as geriatric assessment helps to determine the correct ...
Infectious disease expert Jennifer Nayak, M.D., and pediatrician Stephen Cook, M.D., M.P.H, share why this COVID vaccine is continuously proven to be safe and effective.
UR Medicine’s Comprehensive Stroke Center was honored for providing lifesaving care, including the administration of interventions capable of improving outcomes, especially when provided as soon as ...
Rochester City Council Vice President Willie Lightfoot knows first hand the devastation cancer can cause. That's why he decided to get screened for colorectal cancer.
Researchers are looking at news ways to leverage "junk DNA" to prompt the immune system to kill cancer cells.