A proliferation of data is driving more democratization in health care, according to Stanford Medicine’s second annual Health Trends Report, published in December.
Paul King, a longtime leader in children’s and women’s health, has been tapped to lead children’s health at Stanford Medicine.
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People who are genetically prone to heart disease can still benefit from regular exercise.
More women with cancer are opting to skip BRCA test in favor of mutlipanel analysis.
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