We must use the limited tools we have today to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus and minimize the damage it causes to individuals, our communities, and our economy.
Research published recently in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology highlights the successful treatment of an interstitial lung disease in children with common variable immunodeficiency
Medical College of Wisconsin to Study Brain Changes Following Loss of Loved One to Prevent Grief-Related Complications
MCW has received a five-year, $2.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to study complicated grief symptom trajectory and prolonged grief disorder.
Medical College of Wisconsin-Central Wisconsin Launches Training Program for Rural and Hmong Prospective Medical Students
The Advocates in Medicine Pathway (AMP) will support the professional development of 10 rural and underrepresented in medicine undergraduate students enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point at Wausau each year.
Study of Social Determinants Reveals Financial Hardships Take Most Significant Toll on Health in Elderly Adults with Diabetes
A recent study led by MCW researchers was published in the scientific journal Diabetes Care and highlights some of the social factors that influence outcomes for adults with diabetes, several of which are significant risk factors for COVID-19.
The American Association for Cancer Research has recognized Janet S. Rader, MD as a contributing team member of the Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) project team.
Patients are now able to participate in a phase I, first-in-human FDA approved clinical trial seeking a potential long-term treatment for Severe Hemophilia-A.
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As a distinguished leader in education, patient care, research and community engagement, MCW advances healthy outcomes people within local communities, throughout the country, and the world.
Physicians, researchers and students at MCW cultivate knowledge that changes lives every day. Throughout the nation, MCW is a leader in advancing health for all.
While underutilized, cancer clinical trials are a safe and effective way to drive research and innovation.
Research conducted by Dr. Melinda Stolley will advance cancer treatments and eliminate health disparities.
New research shows potentially promising signs to treat postoperative pain without the use of opioids.
MCW researchers show the cancer fighting properties of certain fruits and vegetables
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