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Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa will host a free seminar about pelvic health on Dec. 4.
Chandler Regional Medical Center, owned by Dignity Health, announced it will be seeking a Level 1 trauma designation from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
A cancer treatment and research center will expand its presence in the East Valley by constructing a new clinic in Gilbert.
Prostate On-Site Projects' mobile screening unit will be in Mesa from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 6 at the Mesa Main Library and March 7 at the Red Mountain Library, 635 N. Power Rd. Mesa.
Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers has entered into partnership with additional Arizona oncologists and urologists to form Ironwood Physicians, PC. With 25 oncologists and 11 urologists, Ironwood Physicians, PC, combines the practices of Desert Oncology Associates, Dr. Ranjit Sud, and multiple valley urology practices with Ironwood Cancer and Research Centers.
Mountain Vista Medical Center, 1301 S. Crismon Road, Mesa, will host several free seminars in June, led by physicians on the medical staff. Topics include information about minimally invasive urological procedures, exercise and arthritis, importance of proper footwear, peripheral vascular disease and options for minimally invasive knee surgery.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital, which has a clinic in Mesa, has been ranked among the top 50 children’s hospitals in half of the specialties reported in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals rankings. In the annual survey, the survey ranked in the top 50 for nephrology, neurology/neurosurgery, orthopedics, pulmonology and urology.
For nearly a decade, many men with prostate cancer have followed the slow progress of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's approval process for Provenge. In April it became the first therapeutic cancer vaccine approved by the FDA after clinical trials showed it added, on average, four months to recipients' life expectancy.
The recession is making life a little messier for some toddlers and their parents.
A Tucson hospital's health-care package promises affluent Mexican women the chance to have their babies in posh surroundings with access to the latest medical equipment.
With his forefinger and thumb, medical student Chad Andicochea gently manipulated the tiny clamps capping the slender arms of a million-dollar “daVinci” surgical robot on a busy Sunday afternoon in the Chandler Fashion Center.
Gilbert is getting a new pediatric ward in February as Mercy Gilbert Medical Center opens its second wing.
A woman is flown from a West Valley hospital to Mesa, but the delay proves fatal and she dies from internal bleeding, which one doctor calls “very fixable.”
Each day, on average, 24 children are brought into the world at Banner Children’s Hospital in Mesa. That’s a baby every hour. Morning, noon and night.
The health care construction boom continues in the East Valley as Phoenix Children’s Hospital breaks ground today for a specialty and urgent care center in Mesa.
Jerry Nairn of Chandler, a 47-year-old software engineer, ran in the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon as a Global Hero. What made his participation special? Nairn was diagnosed with diabetes when he was a cross country runner in high school.
CHICAGO - A simple, experimental urine test that checks for an enzyme that fuels tumors is an effective way to detect bladder cancer in early, curable stages, Italian researchers say.
Wet sheets can wake any child out of the most peaceful slumber — and usually parents, too, when they’re aroused in the middle of the night to change sheets after an "accident" occurs.
August 31, 2004
It’s going to be a bad summer, unless you’re a urologist. If you’re a urologist, things are looking up.
My 3-year-old daughter will occasionally wet the bed even though she has been potty trained since she was 2.