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Study: Healthy diet may avert nutritional problems in head, neck cancer patients

Eating foods high in antioxidants and other micronutrients prior to diagnosis may help patients in the long run.

Partnership reveals better outcomes for patients with revolutionary treatment

Carle and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign collaborative engineering and medicine team publishes innovative study.

New research collaborations will alter tomorrow's standard of care

Carle’s Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute connects with Cancer Center at Illinois to establish new possibilities for cancer patients.

College of Medicine student plans a 'different kind of health fair'

Carle’s Jennie Hsu-Lumetta, MD, serves as health fair faculty advisor to help guide the vision of Sunday's free event.

Veteran-focused event explains truth behind traumatic brain injury

Nick Sullivan’s life in the Army changed when a helicopter accident severely injured his brain and body. 

Ridge Farm woman finds help for post-mastectomy swelling

Lymphedema therapists at Mills Breast Cancer Institute assist with early and important reminders for patients during recovery.

Carle experts join country's elite to advance brain surgery training

Dr. Wael Mostafa: New event helps put Champaign-Urbana on the map for world-class medical research and clinical practice.

Three-time cancer survivor finally 'ready to talk about it'

September cancer survivor retreat open to all aims to help patients, families continue moving forward after a cancer diagnosis.

Partner investment in 7 Tesla MRI impacts Illinois research, patient care

Carle Foundation Hospital and the University of Illinois launch an exciting first-of-its-kind partnership to conduct both basic and applied research to advance and improve patient care.

Research and patient education meld with plenty of heart

Screenings featured hand-held devices that pair with smartphones and tablets to measure and report a person’s heart rhythm.

Stroke-prevention procedure serves as option for high-risk patients

Carle is the only Illinois hospital outside the Chicago and St. Louis areas to offer TransCarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR).

Carle positions itself for success in research, and it's paying off

Carle Heart and Vascular Institute's Benjamin Rhee, MD: "Now is not the time to hold back. Now is the time to jump in.”

Miranpuri, Mostafa help patients with complex vascular needs

More important than leading-edge tools is the Carle Neuroscience Institute collaborative approach to diagnosis and treatment.

Here when you need it, sustaining breast cancer care for generations

No matter large or small – year-end gifts support important cancer center work and honor the legacy of Linda Mills.

Study findings will give women more breast cancer information

Study results spare women unnecessary chemotherapy treatment if tests indicate it’s not likely to provide enough benefit.

Future physician-engineer puts her heart and soul into research

Heart and stroke prevention benefit from Carle staff and Carle Illinois College of Medicine students partnering on research.

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