New treatments have emerged and others are expected. What have changes meant for patient care?
A Q&A with Moses Rodriguez, MD
Researchers say minimally invasive surgeries, alternative interventions, and new genetic findings are the top stories of 2014.
A Q&A with Lara Jehi, MD and Evelyn S. Tecoma MD, PhD
Several key studies were published this year, and results of a stem cell study may be on the horizon.
With Pooja Khatri, MD and M. Shazam Hussain, MD
Insights from Zoltan Mari, MD
Researchers are focused on better detection and outcomes from brain injury.
A Q&A with Tad Seifert, MD, Laura J. Balcer, MD, MSCE and Steven L. Galetta, MD
Researchers are focused on patient outcomes on a global scale and join clinicians in the vigil for new drug approvals.
A Q&A with George Yohrling, PhD and Ed Wild, PhD
For integrative care, better outcomes, and lower costs, clinicians need to think outside the box, a specialist says.
By Michael Ashburn, MD, MPH
The biggest news in sleep this year may have been the story that wasn’t
A Q&A with Erik K. St. Louis, MD and Carl Bazil, MD, PhD
Clinicians and researchers must determine how to best use emerging data, such as information on biomarkers.
A Q&A with John Trojanowski, MD, PhD and Russell H. Swerdlow, MD
The ice bucket challenge may have been this year’s ALS headline story, but research is progressing on gene research.
With Cynthia Bodkin, MD
Numerous symptoms can suggest both ophthalmological and neurological disorders.
By Paul G. Mathew, MD, FAHS
A search for clarity in the initial Open Payments experience.
By Steven J. Cagnetta, Esq, and Steven K. Ladd
The Most Important Element of Your Financial Plan: Why Flexibility is Crucial to Meeting Long Term Goals, Part I
Flexibility may be the most important factor in a sophisticated long term plan.
By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA and Jason M. O’Dell, MS, CWM
Alzheimer’s patients who experience agitation saw a nearly 50 percent decline in their symptoms after treatment with an investigational therapy.
By Zac Haughn, Senior Associate Editor
Last month’s case presented weakness and atrophy of the right hand muscles in a 47-year-old man.
By Azis Shaibani, MD, FACP, FAAN
Two specialists share their thoughts on the year that was in headache care, as well as three novel delivery systems to look for in the future.