Primary care physicians who took an online training course about skin cancer detection significantly improved their skill to properly diagnose and manage benign and malignant lesions, according to a national study from Henry Ford Hospital in...
11/7/2013 10:00 AM EST
Studies: Current Hepatitis C Treatments Can’t be Used by More Than Half of Patients; Others Lose Opportunity For Treatment
More than half of chronic hepatitis C patients studied in a new research project led by Henry Ford Hospital were not treated for the potentially fatal disease, either because they couldn’t withstand current therapies or because they, or their...
10/31/2013 12:00 PM EDT
Studies of Experimental Hepatitis C Drug Show Promise for Preventing Recurrence in Liver Transplant Patients
New drug therapies offer promise to some hepatitis C sufferers whose transplanted livers are threatened by a recurrence of the disease, including some patients who have had no treatment options.
10/31/2013 12:00 PM EDT
A non-invasive alternative to liver biopsy, now the standard method of diagnosing cirrhosis in hepatitis patients, proved very reliable in a national multi-center study including Henry Ford Hospital.
10/31/2013 11:00 AM EDT
Game on Cancer: Detroit Lions, Josephine Ford Cancer Institute Partner to Raise Funds for Cancer Research
The Detroit Lions and Josephine Ford Cancer Institute, Michigan’s largest provider of adult cancer care, have created a unique partnership with the goal to raise $15 million during the next three years for cancer research in metro Detroit.
10/15/2013 11:00 AM EDT
Emergency Departments across Michigan are better prepared to handle a disaster today than they were seven years ago, according to a Henry Ford Hospital study.
The study found that 84 percent of emergency departments said they are more prepared to...
10/14/2013 9:20 AM EDT
While women are far more likely to suffer urinary tract infections, men are more prone to be hospitalized for treatment, according to a study by Henry Ford Hospital urologists.
10/9/2013 9:35 AM EDT
Three years after an earthquake killed more than 200,000 people and left an estimated 1.5 million people homeless in Haiti, a Henry Ford Hospital study found that more mobilized medical care is necessary to bridge cultural and health care barriers...
10/3/2013 4:35 PM EDT
Pain is the most common reason a patient sees a physician but few physicians have received adequate training to help their patients, according to a Henry Ford Hospital article published in the Journal of American Osteopathic Association. An...
8/12/2013 12:00 PM EDT