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  • Patients with prostate cancer have many options � from watchful waiting to robotic surgery, immunotherapy to physical therapy

    MIAMI The detection and treatment of prostate cancer is getting high tech. New sophisticated screenings, better tests for evaluating biopsied tissue and use of MRI-ultrasound fusion to accurately map prostate cancer are the latest advancements in...
  • Painful bone spur in elbow may require surgery to restore mobility

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I've recently been diagnosed with a cracked bone spur in my elbow. I'm in quite a bit of pain, and it's hard to move my elbow. My doctor recommends surgery. What does that involve, and how long is the recovery time? ANSWER: Surgery...
  • Illinois deals with Medicaid application backlogs

    Illinois deals with Medicaid application backlogs
    Vincent Guerrero applied Dec. 10. Donald Weeks, a diabetic who suffered a heart attack a few years back, submitted his application Dec. 23. Three months later, neither man has gained coverage under Medicaid, the state-federal health insurance program...
  • More veterans suffer from ALS, but VA moves to help

    More veterans suffer from ALS, but VA moves to help
    Thomas Corbett may never know what if anything from his five years as a heavy-equipment mechanic in the Marine Corps brought on the disease that likely will steal from him the use of nearly every one of his muscles and, sometime in the next several years,...
  • Indians' Matt Treanor found perfect partner in Olympic star Misty May-Treanor

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. When Cleveland Indians catcher Matt Treanor met his future wife, three-time Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist Misty May-Treanor, he was 27, broke, and living with his parents down the street from Disneyland. He had no inkling that...
  • Del Potro to have wrist surgery, miss season - report

    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Former U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro will undergo a second wrist operation in four years on Monday and miss the rest of the season, Argentine media reported. Del Potro, who pulled out of the Miami tournament this week,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Dizziness Clinic Celebrates 5th Anniversary

    Dr. Marc Eisen, Director of Hearing & Balance Center at Hartford Hospital and one of Connecticut's most prominent neurotologists, recently gave a presentation on the effects of dizziness and vertigo, and how this condition may affect a person's quality of...
  • Gonzaga working through injuries and inconsistencies

    Today, all is sunny in the Gonzaga constellation. The Zags are in their accustomed spot in the NCAA Tournament, about to play Oklahoma State on Friday for the right to keep suiting up in San Diego. Soon, though, their run will end, and perhaps then it...
  • Ducks' Fowler could be out for the season

    ANAHEIM, Calif. Key defenseman Cam Fowler might be lost to the Ducks for the remainder of the regular season after an MRI on Tuesday revealed a sprained medial collateral ligament that will keep him out 3-5 weeks. The Ducks announced the specifics of...
  • Gil LeBreton: Rangers' Holland is dead serious about return before July

    SURPRISE, Ariz. It sounds like an adolescent excuse: The dog ate Rangers pitcher Derek Holland's season. Half of it, if nothing else. And let's be real. If the Texas Rangers had a yearbook, the puckish Holland, of all people, would have been voted...
  • The Medicine Cabinet-Ask the Harvard Experts: Tennis elbow more common in people who don't play tennis

    Q: My doctor says my elbow pain is due to tennis elbow. But I don't play tennis. Could you explain how this has come about and what I can do about it? A: "Tennis elbow" is a common term for a condition doctors call lateral epicondylitis. It's caused by...