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The Brigham’s 7T MRI unit, just the second in the country to be approved for clinical use, revealed that a potential biomarker of brain inflammation in patients affected by multiple sclerosis is more common than previously thought.
The 16-hour surgery, involving a team of over 45 surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, residents and research fellows, and led by Bohdan Pomahac, MD, was the ninth face transplant procedure at the Brigham and the 15th nationwide.
A new study shows that consolidating a patient's medication lists before hospital admission and upon discharge significantly reduced the number of medication discrepancies. Read More...
Brigham and Women's Hospital has once again achieved Magnet accreditation in recognition of its nursing professionalism, teamwork and superiority in patient care. Read More...
A new study explores exactly what leads to the generation of Th17 cells—an important subtype of cells in the intestine—and uncovers some of the underappreciated molecular players and events that lead to cell differentiation in the gut. Read More...
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