Two Year Data Presented at the American College of Cardiology Conference Provides New Information on Dissolvable Stents

Cleveland Clinic researchers report that at two years, patients who received a type of dissolving coronary stent fared somewhat worse when compared to patients receiving drug-eluding metal stents, but researchers say the study’s results may not ultimately portray the potential for the stent’s future success. The ABSORB III trial compared the Absorb everolimus-eluting bioresorbable vascular … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Again Named One Of World’s Most Ethical Companies

For the seventh time in the past nine years, the Ethisphere Institute has named Cleveland Clinic as a World’s Most Ethical Company, an award that recognizes organizations that demonstrate a commitment to corporate citizenship, integrity, transparency and ethical business practices. Cleveland Clinic is one of 124 companies in 19 countries – and one of just … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Opens New Cancer Center

The new Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center will begin welcoming patients on Monday, March 6. The 377,000-square-foot facility, estimated at $276 million, will house all outpatient cancer treatment services in one location with the center’s team of medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, nurses, genetic counselors, social workers and others all working together in one shared … Read More

Cleveland Clinic, VIGILINT To Offer Real Time Telemedicine Service For Global Travelers

VIGILINT and Cleveland Clinic are collaborating to offer the Global MedAssist Program (GMAP), a telemedicine program available at anytime from anywhere in the world. This collaboration combines VIGILINT’s highly specialized emergency physicians and emergency preparedness experts with Cleveland Clinic’s global practice of physicians and specialists. GMAP provides 24/7/365 medical assistance for travelers worldwide. Created in … Read More

Cleveland Clinic President, CEO Toby Cosgrove, M.D., Delivers Annual State Of The Clinic Address

Despite national healthcare challenges that “are unprecedented in their size, speed and scope,” Cleveland Clinic had a “very successful year” in 2016, President and CEO Toby Cosgrove, M.D., said during the annual State of the Clinic address Wednesday. Healthcare in the United States is in the midst of major transformations, including rising pharmaceutical costs, a … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Researchers Reverse Prostate Cancer Drug Resistance

A Cleveland Clinic research team has uncovered a biological pathway that renders a common prostate cancer drug useless and, for the first time, restored the drug’s cancer-killing power in human prostate cancer tumor cells grown in mice. Results from the study were published online today in the medical journal, eLife. Resistance to prostate cancer drugs … Read More

Jon Bon Jovi and Gwen Stefani to Perform at Keep Memory Alive’s 21st Annual Power of Love® Gala, April 27

Las Vegas: World-renowned rock stars Jon Bon Jovi and Gwen Stefani will take the stage during Keep Memory Alive’s 21st annual Power of Love® gala on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The GRAMMY award-winning artists are the first confirmed performers at the annual philanthropic event, which benefits Cleveland … Read More

Cleveland Clinic’s Diabetes Program Named In Honor Of The Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust

  The Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust, whose philanthropic support over nearly two decades has helped Cleveland Clinic build an exceptional diabetes program, has made a commitment to establish the Lennon Center for Diabetes Care, Research, and Education at Cleveland Clinic. Initiatives supported by the $5 million gift include: enhanced care coordination for patients with … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Study: Children With Asthma More Likely to Have Kidney Stones than Children Without Asthma

CLEVELAND: Kidney stones are four-times more likely to occur in children with asthma than children without asthma, according to a new Cleveland Clinic study published online in the medical journal, PLOS ONE. Similarly, the study found that asthma is four-times more likely to occur in children with kidney stones than children without stones. This is … Read More