The Fox Chase Cancer Center senior director of community outreach recently co-authored a paper on ways to decrease cancer care disparities in medically underserved communities in America. Here, she shares some strategies.
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Repisodic has developed a technology solution to help patients and their families make smarter, faster decisions about post-acute care.
With a $100 million investment, MRA Group hopes to turn the suburban research campus into an energy-efficient innovation hub.
The local company is developing solutions that can improve treatment and outcomes for cancer patients.
Einstein Medical Center is one of the first hospitals in the nation to allow visitors to register to vote with kiosks on site.
Independence Health Group CEO and Chamber of Commerce chairman Dan Hilferty shares his forecast for the growth of the region’s bustling health care ecosystem.
The company wants to eradicate suicide by creating technologies that improve the bond between mental health patients and their providers.
It is the first baby born as part of Penn Medicine’s ongoing trial to help women give birth following uterus transplantation.
Patients can access the testing service to determine how they might respond to various psychiatric drugs.
Verix Health is developing a suite of steerable surgical needles to enable minimally invasive treatment of hard-to-reach cancer tumors.
From pivotal clinical trials to major partnerships, these five Philly companies made the most of 2019. Here’s what they’ve got planned for 2020.
INVOcell, an FDA-approved fertility treatment now offered at Main Line Fertility, costs roughly 40 percent less than traditional In Vitro Fertilization.
Clove worked with top medical experts to design a sneaker that meets the unique needs of nurses and other healthcare professionals.
Temple researchers say adding two spoons of extra virgin olive oil to your diet could help stave off Alzheimer’s and other cognitive disorders.
Associate professor Jacob Elmer says the critters may hold the secret to a viable and sustainable replacement for human blood donations.