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Ann Cary, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.N., director of the School of Nursing at Loyola University New Orleans, has been chosen by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing to participate in the new
A study co-authored by a Loyola researcher and published in the New England Journal of Medicine is offering new hope to women with advanced breast cancer.
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A new cancer drug with remarkably few side effects is dramatically improving survival in Hodgkin lymphoma patients who fail other treatments and are nearly out of options.
A device used to prevent incontinence in women who undergo a common pelvic-floor surgery reduces symptoms but increases side effects in these patients.
Following a stroke, factors as varied as blood sugar, body temperature and position in bed can affect patient outcomes.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and presidential historian Jon Meacham will address Loyola University New Orleans’ centennial Class of 2012 during its commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 12
A Loyola University Medical Center study has found that binge drinking may slow recovery and increase medical costs for survivors of burn injuries.
Despite the well-documented benefits of walking after surgery, some patients are reluctant to make an attempt even with the encouragement of medical staff.
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