NYU Langone Health News Summer 2021
A nurse whose baby has a rare congenital heart defect finds the right surgeon in her own backyard.
Telemedicine counseling by medical students helps patients with COVID-19 head home confidently.
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Skeptical about the value of a video visit with a doctor, a woman finds the experience priceless.
Dermatology’s Skin of Color Program targets new therapies for an underserved patient population.
When melanoma invades the eye, the treatment plan requires an extraordinary vision.
Epidemiologist Dr. Aisha Langford says vaccine hesitancy can actually be a good thing. Here’s why.
To study the highly contagious coronavirus in its live form requires a highly specialized facility.
The NIH taps NYU Langone to lead studies on brain fog, anxiety, and other aftereffects of the virus.
NYU Langone surgeons are the first in New York City to perform the procedure for a patient with COVID-19.
Studies conducted in our secure lab provide insights about the virus and advance treatments.
After getting an artificial heart for Floyd Gaskins, NYU Langone trained 143 clinicians in 2 days.
Our robotic cardiac surgeons have a near-100 percent success rate with mitral valve procedures.
New treatments and surgical skill boost New York’s No. 1 hypertrophic cardiomyopathy program.
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