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GammaTile Therapy was federally approved last year and is marketed as a more focused form of radiation that could reduce damage to healthy tissue and resulting side effects.
Serving as the Twin Cities' safety-net hospital system comes at a financial cost.
Mayo looks far and wide for clues into the affliction.
A report released Wednesday reveals Minnesota to be a paradox in rural obstetric care.
Male death rates from prostate and testicular cancers have been halved since 1995 because of medical advances. But the treatments take a toll, said Dr. Charles Ryan, a U prostate cancer specialist. Reducing testosterone alone can affect men's mood, strength and energy.
Report card for state also shows gap among clinics.
Outbreaks are not as bad as last year, but health officials fear more coming.
An Edina cardiologist is building her case for food as medicine to combat high cholesterol and heart disease. Dr. Elizabeth Klodas presented data at a…
Boosted by a $5.4 million gift, they will suggest ways U.S. can avoid shortages.
Uneven performance by Minnesota hospitals and clinics in a national experiment on accountability in health care shows that the state has a long way to go.