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Since the U received federal approval last fall to offer the treatment experimentally, seven patients have undergone the procedure.
Adam Nash was conceived via in vitro fertilization — specifically so doctors at the University of Minnesota could collect stem cells from his umbilical cord blood to save his sister, Molly. Today, back home in Colorado, he has a driver's license and helps disabled children ski.
Key family counseling messages on healthy eating are linked to reducing childhood obesity.
Jake Diekman has struggled since he was 10 with ulcerative colitis and the abdominal pains, diarrhea and emergency bathroom trips that it can cause. But…
On the anniversary of a major strike, the Minnesota Nurses Association announces payments to forgive $2.6 million in medical debt for patients.
U report paints complex picture of teens' choices.
Cancer treatment can be toxic to the body, but also to the family bank account — especially in an era of high and rising drug prices. That's the concern driving a new national study by cancer centers.
Adding second beds to 21 patient rooms at a child psychiatric hospital in Brooklyn Park would address a continued shortage of mental health services, the Minnesota Department of Health concluded.
An audience is building as doctors and patients seek alternatives to opioid painkillers.
The trend suggests that efforts to reduce painkiller prescriptions won't be enough to reduce fatalities