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Kidneys From Dead Older Donors May Help Seniors, Study Finds

Older people who need a kidney transplant are better off receiving an available organ from an older deceased donor rather than waiting for one from a younger donor, a new study shows.
In-Patient Rehab Not Always Needed After New Knee

Patients who choose at-home physical therapy instead of in-patient rehabilitation after knee replacement surgery do just as well when it comes to complications, long-term pain management and movement recovery, new research indicates.
Many May Be OK to Drive 2 Weeks After Getting New Hip: Study

Many people who've had hip replacement surgery might safely be able to drive as soon as two weeks after the procedure, a new small study finds.
Second 'Tommy John' Surgery Is No Win for Pitchers

Having a second elbow ligament reconstruction surgery appears to lower professional baseball pitchers' performance and shorten their careers, a new study finds.
Angelina Jolie's Choice Not Uncommon for Women With Cancer Gene

Angelina Jolie's decision to talk about the removal of her ovaries has brought new public attention to what is actually standard preventive care for women whose genetics dramatically increase their risk of ovarian cancer, experts say.
New Blood Pump System Approved

The Impella 2.5 System has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to maintain stable heart function and blood circulation during high-risk cardiac operations, the agency said in a news release.
More Middle-Aged Americans Are Getting Hips Replaced

More and more middle-aged Americans are replacing their hips damaged by severe arthritis -- a surgery that used to be largely reserved for elderly people, a new study reports.
HIV Patients May Fare as Well as Others With Kidney Transplants

Kidney transplant patients with HIV have similar survival rates as those without HIV, a new study finds.
Live Liver Transplants Seem Safe, Effective for Sudden Liver Failure

Liver transplants from live donors appear to work just as well as traditional transplants for patients with sudden (acute) liver failure, new research suggests.
Study Finds Racial Differences in Choices for Breast Cancer Care

When it comes to choosing a surgeon and hospital for breast cancer treatment, white patients are more likely to make their selection based on reputation than black and Hispanic patients are, a new study shows.

 

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