Cleveland Clinic-Led Trial Shows That High Levels of Prescription Fish Oil Showed No Effect on Cardiac Outcomes

Evidence from a secondary analysis of Cleveland Clinic’s STRENGTH trial shows that high levels of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), an omega-3 fatty acid, offered no benefit to patients at high risk for cardiovascular events. Findings from the secondary analysis were presented today during a Late Breaking Science Session at the American College of Cardiology’s 70th Annual … Read More

How Cleveland Clinic is Supporting India during COVID-19 Surge

As a global organization, our care for the community extends around the world. In India, COVID-19 cases continue to surge and there is a lack of critical supplies to care for COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients throughout the country. Cleveland Clinic is quickly working on ways to help. We are shipping personal protective equipment including face … Read More

Lessons from the Pandemic: Survey Reveals Vulnerabilities in Americans’ Commitment to Preventive Health

A new Parade Media/Cleveland Clinic/Ipsos poll finds that 48% of Americans surveyed experienced a change in their physical health, and 47% reported a shift in their mental/emotional health, as compared to before the onset COVID-19 pandemic more than one year ago. The 2021 Healthy Now Practicing Prevention Survey of 1,000 U.S. adults revealed that women … Read More

Cleveland Clinic, Lifebanc and Transplant Connect Develop Automated Donor Referral Process

Cleveland Clinic, Lifebanc and Transplant Connect have designed and launched a fully automated donor referral system to streamline the process for hospital staff identifying and evaluating potential organ, tissue and eye donors. The new process was launched successfully throughout the Cleveland Clinic health system in northeast Ohio in February 2021, following a successful pilot at … Read More

Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University Find COVID-19 Variants May Offer Clues in Predicting Patient Outcomes as Virus Evolves

A multidisciplinary team of scientists at Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University used genomic sequencing to track SARS-CoV-2 as it mutated in Northeast Ohio from March 11 to April 22, 2020. The research findings, published in JAMA Network Open, demonstrated that initial strains and subgroups of virus strains (called clades), seen during this time … Read More