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Genomic Medicine Open for Business: Lessons Learned in the Clinic
Three years after launching the first genomic medicine clinic in the nation
, The Medical College of Wisconsin, in conjunction with Froedtert Hospital and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, has written about the "lessons learned" during the launch.
New Health Center Now Open in New BerlinMoorland Reserve Health Center offers primary care, more than 20 specialties and extended-hours urgent care. The health center is conveniently located off I-43 and Moorland Rd. Make an appointment.
Who's Hot in the World of Chili?Seven area firehouses, three top-flight chef judges, more than 600 popular votes and the 2013 EMS/Firehouse Chili Cook-Off winner is….
Featured Video: Prostate Cancer Deepak Kilari, MD, hematologist/oncologist in the Froedtert & the Medical College Prostate and Urologic Cancer Program, discusses the importance of early detection, prostate cancer screening and developing the best treatment plan based on the patient's individual needs.
Watch the interview.
Too Soon to TellDr. Bruce Campbell discusses Dr. Danielle Ofri's book "What Doctor's Feel" and how it relates to his own experiences as a doctor in his blog - Reflections in a Head Mirror.
Consumer Choice Award WinnerFor the ninth consecutive year, Froedtert Hospital has earned the National Research Corporation’s Consumer Choice Award. Winning hospitals are those with the highest scores in four categories including best overall quality, best overall image and reputation, best doctors and best nurses. Read our press release.
The Silent Disease: Pancreatic CancerRoughly 43,000 new cases of pancreatic cancer are diagnosed in the United States every year. Sometimes called a "silent disease," it usually has no symptoms in early stages — most people aren’t diagnosed until the cancer has spread. Risk factors include chronic pancreatitis, diabetes, obesity and smoking. There are some genetic conditions that increase a person’s risk, but most cases don’t have a genetic link. Learn more from our pancreatic cancer video FAQ series.
Froedtert Today Looks at Ovarian Cancer TreatmentIn the September issue of Froedtert Today explore the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to ovarian cancer care. Plus, learn about the "brain pacemaker" for Parkinson's, and hip preservation and replacement.
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