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Artist Perseveres Through ALS teaser image

Artist Perseveres Through ALS

Ken Brenner continued to make art despite a diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), which gradually paralyzed his legs, arms and hands. Read more.

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Using IPSCs to make new CART-T Cells

Researchers at Cedars-Sinai are using healthy donor cells to create a bank of CAR T-cells that can function in thousands of patients. Read more.

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Soothing Joints

Novel orthopaedic therapies such as injections of stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) are growing in popularity. But surgeons do not always agree on the use.

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Research into Predicting Cancer

Everyone has BRCA genes that typically protect against cancer, while some people inherit mutated versions of the genes that increase their cancer risk.

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Stem Cells in Space

Is the future of personalized medicine out of this world? Cedars-Sinai is trying to find out by launching special stem cells into space. Learn more.

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Treating Diseases with Stem Cells

Investigators at Cedars-Sinai are exploring stem cell therapy to treat myriad diseases. Two major areas of focus at Cedars-Sinai are a form of blindness and ALS. Read more.

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Myths and Facts: Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Congenital heart disease is usually diagnosed in babies—and often requires time-sensitive surgery. But did you know that even after a childhood procedure to correct the heart's str...

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Joint Effort: Breakthroughs in Hip and Knee Replacement Surger...

New techniques in surgery, imaging and analgesia mean that many hip and knee replacements can now be done as outpatient procedures, with faster recovery time and less discomfort. R...

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Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Social Worker Marshia Caceres teaser image

Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Social Worker Marshia Caceres

Cedars-Sinai transplant social worker Marshia Caceres walks patients through the emotional journey of organ transplant and recovery, meeting them where they are. Read more.

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Mammograms, Ultrasounds and MRIs: What's the Difference? teaser image

Mammograms, Ultrasounds and MRIs: What's the Difference?

Breast cancer strikes an estimated 280,000 women each year—and some of these individuals will receive the diagnosis more than once. The key to effectively battling the disease: ear...

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Changing the Conversation Around Pregnancy Loss

After pregnancy loss, many well-meaning people make upsetting comments to grieving women that are meant to be comforting. Rethinking the ways you approach and discuss pregnancy los...

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Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Dr. Alan Kwan

Meet Dr. Alan Kwan, cardiac imaging expert, storyteller and Brazilian Jiu jitsu brown belt.

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Understanding Interstitial Lung Disease

A full understanding of an interstitial lung disease can help patients get treatment and start to feel better. Dr. Tanzira Zaman, who oversees the Interstitial Lung Disease Program...

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A New Medication for Weight Loss

Nearly three-quarters of Americans are overweight or obese. Now doctors have a new tool to use against the epidemic.

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Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Dr. Natasha Trentacosta teaser image

Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Dr. Natasha Trentacosta

Meet Dr. Natasha Trentacosta, sports medicine orthopaedic surgeon at the Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute! Learn more about her journey to orthopaedic surgery and what she consid...

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