From Fox6 — Dr. Malika Siker, radiation oncologist with the Froedtert & MCW Cancer Network, along with her former patient Harry O’Daniels, talk about the importance of early detection and prostate cancer screening. Approximately one in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, with African-American men more than twice as likely to die from the disease. If found early, prostate cancer is one of the most treatable forms of cancer. Men just need to talk to their doc about what’s appropriate and when!
From Today's TMJ4 — Dr. Lyle Joyce and Dr. David Joyce both practice cardiothoracic surgery, including heart transplants, at Froedtert Hospital. They share a unique father-son bond both in and outside the hospital.
Longtime Kenosha otolaryngologist Jeanne Vedder, MD, and her two staff members have joined the Froedtert & MCW health network.
From CBS58 — Epilepsy is a debilitating neurological disorder that affects more than 60,000 people across Wisconsin. For many of those with the condition, epilepsy can hamper independence and quality of life, but that’s no longer the case for 61 year-old Brookfield resident and local opera singer Kitt Reuter-Foss. Dr. Christopher T. Anderson, MD, Clinical Director of the Froedtert Hospital Epilepsy Monitoring Unit explains how controlling Kitt’s epilepsy involves real-time monitoring of brain activity using a device implanted in her brain.
From healio.com — Cancer patients at Milwaukee-based Froedtert Hospital don’t arrive at the emergency department when they experience treatment-related symptoms such as dehydration or nausea. Instead, they visit the health system’s 24/7/365 cancer clinic that caters specifically to their needs.
West Bend, Wis. — St. Joseph’s Hospital recently earned Chest Pain Center Accreditation from the American College of Cardiology Accreditation Services based on rigorous onsite evaluation of the staff’s ability to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients who may be experiencing a heart attack.
From CBS58 — We are the first health care organization in Wisconsin to use Sentinel, a device that helps reduce the risk of stroke for patients undergoing a transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedure.
From Fox6 — Josh Petty nearly died last February from the influenza. This fall, he’s getting his shot early and sharing his journey as a cautionary tale. Josh was hospitalized for almost a month at Froedtert Hospital and continues to receive follow-up care at St. Joseph's Hospital in West Bend.
From CBS58 — The expertise of our cardiac care team now offers patients a minimally invasive option to repair mitral valve disease.