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In a series of new articles, Columbia physicians and researchers offer insight into the power and pitfalls of precision medicine in clinical practice.
Stephen Morse is director of the infectious disease epidemiology program at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.
“In reproductive medicine, there are few things as weighty and severe as [having to say] that a woman’s chances of a successful pregnancy are zero,” Dr. Zev Williams told ABC News.
Dr. Carolyn Westhoff, an expert in deep vein thrombosis, said she would not have prescribed the pill to Ms. Kovaleski.
At Columbia, patients with brain cancer will be able to participate in a new type of clinical trial that promises to speed up the development of better drugs for glioblastoma.
The goal of the ride is to raise money to support cancer research at Columbia’s Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The event is run by Columbia Public Safety and takes place on the CUIMC and Morningside campuses every spring and fall.
Donna Lynne is the senior vice president and chief operating officer of Columbia University Irving Medical Center and chief executive officer of ColumbiaDoctors.
Like Lewis Thomas, Siddhartha Mukherjee became a writer who has gained worldwide recognition and many prizes.
Nearly 70 people turned out to give blood Thursday at Bard Hall.