New Stanford Medicine opens up surgery
The evolution of surgical techniques, the physiology of unconsciousness, O.R. culture and CNN correspondent Sanjay Gupta are featured in Stanford Medicine magazine’s special report on surgery.
Stanford global health chief launches campaign to help contain Ebola outbreak in Liberia
Stanford global health expert Michele Barry, MD, has launched a fundraising campaign for supplies and personnel to help contain the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Physicians deactivate heart pump with catheter-based approach
A mechanical pump supported a failing heart, but did the job so well it eventually was no longer needed. Turning it off safely was the challenge.
Stanford researchers retract study examining link between narcolepsy, H1N1
Stanford researchers have retracted a 2013 study that described a possible immunological connection between narcolepsy and the H1N1 influenza virus.