Human genome mapping is game-changer in cancer treatment. Using DNA sequencing, clinicians can identify the mutation driving a patient’s cancer.
Yale Medicine’s Adler Memory Clinic treats patients who have cognition and speech problems, often caused by dementia or traumatic brain injury.
For years, Teddy felt like he was swimming under water. Then a surgeon removed the clouded lens and replaced it a clear artificial lens.
Signs that started as subtle evolved into a scary eye condition—and Yale Medicine’s team of experts stepped in to help.
For as long as Allie can remember, she has seen two of everything. She has strabismus, a condition where the eyes are not aligned.
At 18 months, Liliana Moore needed a liver transplant—and, thanks to Yale Medicine's donor program, her mom was able to provide it for her.
By Colleen Moriarty
Carol Manago had a routine breast cancer screening. She received 3-D mammography—an advanced technology pioneered by Yale Medicine. It saved her life.
Find out how everything from jewelry to dental fillings and body piercings affect the MRI test.
Doctors use X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, ultrasound and other types of imaging as a cornerstone of health care.
After decades of struggling with type 1 diabetes, Jennifer Ridder’s kidneys were failing. Her Aunt Mary offered to be a living organ donor.
Researchers at Yale Medicine are working on new ways to fight chronic diseases, including cancer, by studying DNA repair.
At age 14, Haad Khwaja moved from Pakistan to the United States, where a team at Yale Medicine diagnosed a rare form of brain cancer and saved his life.