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Neuro-Oncologist: Here’s How We Treat Brain Tumors

By Dr. Ahmad Daher Medical Director, Neuro-Oncology Hartford HealthCare Medical Group Patients with gliomas, the most common cancerous brain tumors, have shown only a modest improvement in survival rate despite diagnostic and therapeutic — surgery, radiation and pharmacotherapy — advancements in oncology over the last three decades. Here’s a summary of [...]

Graduating From High School to College Sports? Some Tips

Making the transition from high school to collegiate athletics can be a daunting and difficult task. Physical therapist Stefanie Bourassa and psychologist Peter Lucchio of the Hartford HealthCare Bone & Joint Institute’s Center for Musculoskeletal Health have several tips to help make this transition smooth. Bourassa, who played Division I [...]

Robot-Assisted Hip, Knee Replacements Now at Central Connecticut, MidState

In early November, The Hospital of Central Connecticut and MidState Medical Center each received a Mako robot that changes the approach to hip and knee replacement surgeries. Two colleagues, Dr. Richard Scarlett, Chief of Orthopaedics at The Hospital of Central Connecticut, and Dr. Stephen Nelson, a surgeon with the Connecticut [...]

What’s the Difference Between Hospice and Palliative Care?

November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month and the team from Hartford HealthCare at Home wants to help those in need of these services make the right decisions during what is a critical time for them and their loved ones. Hospice and palliative care offer compassionate care to patients [...]

Why There’s Improved Outlook for Myeloma Patients

The prognosis for multiple myeloma is gradually improving as a result of new and improved therapies. Multiple myeloma can affect people of all ages, although the average age of onset is the sixth decade of life. New treatments including high-dose chemotherapy with stem cell support for appropriate patients, drugs in [...]

Syrian refugee travels long road to freedom

Ayman Al Hariri has started a new life in Willimantic and at Windham Hospital. The Syrian refugee, a former middle school teacher in his native land, left the war-torn nation more than four years ago for the safety of his wife and two young children.  The United Nations estimates that [...]

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