What do former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley and Armando E. Giuliano, MD, share? The close bond inspired by nearly a decade as patient and doctor—and the tenacity to battle breast cancer. Read On
What do an iconic photographer, a celebrated orthopedic surgeon, and the pioneer of robot choreography have in common? An understanding of the vital role of artistry in medicine. Read On
Fire Captain Larry Davis had spent his life helping people in need. But after a horrific blaze devastated his hands, he faced a lifetime of limitations—until a dedicated surgeon reopened his world. Read On
What ideas are shaping tomorrow’s medicine? What are the coming innovations in treating heart disease and cancer? What is the latest thinking in genetics and regenerative medicine? From the minds of our scientists and clinicians, we bring you 10 noteworthy, thought-provoking ideas that have the potential to transform medicine. Read On
Michael Sharp’s apartment is a short walk from the beach, but Michael isn’t much of a beachgoer. He looks the type: laid-back, low-key, introspective, hair about shoulder length. But the self-described “kind of a geek” would rather play video games—his Read On
Peter Barath, MD, was concerned that some patients who had previously undergone procedures to clear blocked coronary arteries were returning months later with a condition called restenosis—renarrowing of the arteries. Read On
When two adjacent discs in the lower back wear out, they become compressed and cause unmanageable pain, numbness, or other symptoms. Results from a two-year post-surgery multicenter trial* recently published in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery shows that Read On
Dr. Leon Morgenstern reflects on nearly six decades with the Department of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai, while Dr. Ali Salim projects what the future of surgical education may hold.