Dr Basu discusses current treatment options for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and repository corticotropin injection as a therapeutic option for patients with refractory disease.
She talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected heart failure care at Johns Hopkins, her team's experience managing patients via telemedicine, and how she envisions restarting in-person visits.
In this podcast, Iris Navarro-Millán, MD, MSPH, from Hospital for Special Surgery, discusses shared decision-making in rheumatoid arthritis, the importance of a rheumatologist understanding patient perspectives in care, and more.
Dr Burke discusses her team's latest research on treatment options for patients with familial adenomatous polyposis, how eflornithine plus sulindac affected disease progression over 2 years, and how patients may be able to stave off surgery.
Tamara Huff, MD, on How Surgeons Can Improve Success Rates and Reduce Disparities by Incorporating Broader Education
In this podcast, Tamara Huff, MD, discusses the importance of holistic approaches to preventive medicine and for optimizing surgical success rates.