By Jenny J Chen
The Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center's new program, MS Access, helps patients receive treatment as quickly as possible—sometimes within 48 hours.
By Kathy Katella
Surgeons from Yale's Center for Living Organ Donors provide our donors with free health monitoring for life and communities of support.
The Child Development-Community Policing program provides immediate help to children exposed to trauma, providing support and restoring security.
By Carrie MacMillan
Yale Medicine physicians helped develop a new "artificial pancreas," which monitors blood glucose levels and adjusts insulin delivery automatically.
For one woman with a high risk of breast cancer, a rigorous approach to screening delivered the right treatment at the right time.
By Kathleen Raven
Yale Medicine is testing a new medication for sudden deafness aimed at preventing damage to the inner ear and restoring hearing.
By Colleen Moriarty
Yale Medicine doctors give perspective on headline news from the FDA that says breast implants may be associated with a form of lymphoma.
Treatment of peripheral artery disease has undergone a revolution. Surgeons can choose among a variety of procedures based on a patient's condition.
Her baby's life or her own? An expectant mother faced this choice. With the help of Yale Medicine, both precious lives were saved.
Yale New Haven Hospital and Yale Medicine physicians receive transfer patients from other hospitals through a 24-hour call center called Y-Access.
Alopecia universalis—the loss of all body hair—can significantly affect a patient’s identity. But thanks to a Yale Medicine dermatologist, it’s reversible.
Yale Medicine is one of the few centers in the world that operates on the fetus in utero, before it is born.