Gamma Knife Case Study: Multiple Brain Lesions

Presented by: Gregory J. Kubicek, MD Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology Patient History The patient is a 45-year-old female...(continue)

New Initiatives

Cooper Center for Population Health, Positioning for the Future of Health Care

Staff of Cooper University Health Care in May 2011 marked a turning point for the growing institution. With 30 years of government,...(continue)

Clinical Trials

Fall 2014 Clinical Trials

More than 450 clinical trials, including national trials, are currently underway at Cooper University Health Care, addressing a...(continue)

Cooper’s Structural Heart Disease Program: “This Is a Totally Different World of Str...

Advances in percutaneous and minimally invasive surgical techniques have revolutionized the way structural heart disease can be treated today – and Cooper is in the forefront of the... (continue)

posted on: Jul 22, 2015

Cell-Free Fetal DNA: New Technology for Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing

A newer, non-invasive test that analyzes fetal DNA circulating in a pregnant woman’s blood is proving more accurate in screening for trisomy 21(Down syndrome) and other chromosomal abnormalities... (continue)

posted on: Jan 19, 2015

Botox® for Preventing Chronic Migraine: Clinical Practice Results Exceeding Those o...

Botox® — the renowned wrinkle smoother — is proving its value as a headache soother. FDA-approved in 2010 for treating chronic migraines in adults, Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) is offering new... (continue)

posted on: Jan 19, 2015

Cooper Heart Institute Racks Up Impressive List of Recent Firsts

The Cooper Heart Institute, under the direction of Perry J. Weinstock, MD, Head of the Division of Cardiovascular Disease, has recently added more clinical firsts to its already-impressive roster of... (continue)

posted on: Dec 19, 2014

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