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Redefining Cancer To Prevent Overtreatment

August 1, 2013 9:20 am | by CBS News | Comments

CBS News contributor Dr. David Agus, who leads the Westside Cancer Center at the University of Southern California, discusses how cancer could be defined and the potential ways that could change how this disease is detected and treated.

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Freak Mowing Accident Sends Nail Into Boy's Heart

July 31, 2013 3:24 pm | by NBC News | Comments

A 12-year-old Utah boy survives a nail that became lodged in his heart after a freak lawnmower accident. Thankfully, the boy's father is the head of the trauma unit at a nearby medical center, discovered him and quickly sprung into action.

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Man Undergoes Surgery Where Tumor Is Removed Through Nose

July 31, 2013 2:53 pm | by YouTube | Comments

Just four days ago, a Louisville, Kentucky man underwent a unique and interesting brain surgery, in which a tumor was removed -- get this-- through his nose. Now, less than a week later, the man is walking and talking. Here is his story.

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Are Digital Diagnoses Good For The Public?

July 31, 2013 2:40 pm | by CBS News | Comments

Nearly three-quarters of web users in the U.S. searched for medical information online in the past year, with one third trying to figure out a medical condition. CBS News medical contributor Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday," to explain if this is good or bad.

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Hospitals Balance Patient Satisfaction With Path To Healing

July 25, 2013 9:24 am | by NBC News | Comments

The controversial Affordable Care Act ties millions and millions of dollars in Medicare funding to patient satisfaction. However, the mandated patient surveys may have unintended consequences, according to critics. NBC's Nancy Snyderman reports.

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Girl Opts For Radical Surgery To Rebuild Leg

July 24, 2013 4:34 pm | by Fox News | Comments

Last summer, facing bone cancer, Bailey Moody made a pretty radical decision. She chose a rare amputation surgery because it was her one chance of playing the sports she loves. Bailey, then a fourth-grader, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, an aggressive bone cancer in her lower right thigh and knee.

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Ultrasound Surgery -- Healing Without Cuts

July 24, 2013 4:11 pm | by TED | Comments

Imagine having a surgery with no knives involved. At TEDMED, Yoav Medan shares a technique that uses MRI to find trouble spots and focused ultrasound to treat such issues as brain lesions, uterine fibroids, and several kinds of cancerous growths.

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Nightmares After The I.C.U.

July 24, 2013 3:58 pm | by New York Times | Comments

Hospital patients who have prolonged stays, getting intubated and sedated, may experience severe hallucinations, putting them at a surprising (but very real) risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder for years to come, recent studies show.

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Doctors Test Less-Invasive Surgery For Blocked Arteries

July 24, 2013 3:49 pm | by CBS News | Comments

Doctors are testing a new, less-invasive surgery that is clearing blocked arteries and saving patients the necessary recuperation time normally reserved for typical procedures. CBS News' Teresa Garcia reports on this cutting-edge procedure.

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The Surprising Seeds Of A Big-Data Revolution In Healthcare

July 18, 2013 9:31 am | by TED | Comments

Collecting global health data was an imperfect science: Workers tramped through villages to knock on doors and ask questions, wrote the answers on paper forms, then input the data -- and from this gappy information, countries would make huge decisions. Data geek Joel Selanikio talks through the sea change in collecting health data in the past decade -- starting with the Palm Pilot and Hotmail, and now moving into the cloud.

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Girl Born With Heart Outside Body Is Now Thriving

July 17, 2013 4:44 pm | by NBC News | Comments

Eight months on, a Texas baby who had surgery when she was just one day old to put her heart inside her body, is thriving. Doctors in Houston reconstructed the girl's chest after she was born with one-third of her heart lying on her stomach and beating outside of her body. Surgeons worked for six hours to create space in little Audrina's chest for her heart and stretched her skin to cover the hole.

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Traumatic Brain Injury Doesn't Keep Snowboarder Down For Long

July 17, 2013 4:03 pm | by NBC News | Comments

After an arduous rehab lasting more than three years, famous and gifted snowboarder Kevin Pearce is back on the slopes and offering encouragement to those coping with traumatic brain injuries. Here is the story about his injury and recovery.

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The Best Hospitals In The U.S.

July 17, 2013 1:20 pm | by CBS News | Comments

Dr. Jon LaPook talks about the recent U.S. News and World Report list of the country's best hospitals (Johns Hopkins finishes No. 1 for the 22nd time in 23 years) and offers some advice for making sure you get the best possible care at any hospital.

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A Solar-Powered Health Clinic On Wheels

July 17, 2013 1:10 pm | by CBS News | Comments

A mobile medical clinic powered by solar energy is delivering healthcare to Palestinian residents living in area C of the West Bank, where Israeli regulation does not allow construction. It is quite a sight to see, and it is doing some good. CBSNews.com's Felipe Maya reports.

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Baby Saved By Super Glue Surgery

July 10, 2013 5:11 pm | by YouTube | Comments

A young baby is alive thanks to doctors using super glue during an emergency surgery to stop bleeding after the girl suffered a brain aneurysm. Here is more on this incredible story on the girl's recovery and the surgery that saved her.

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