Patient Care Blog

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Podcast: Treatments for Colorectal Cancer

In this panel, Heather Yeo, M.D., Joseph Ruggiero, M.D., and Encouse Golden, M.D.. discuss treatments for colorectal cancer.

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Podcast: Preventing, Diagnosing and Treating Colon Cancer

An expert breaks down what you need to know about colorectal cancer -- risk factors, signs & symptoms, myths & misconceptions, the latest screening recommendations, and much more!

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Alcohol Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A potentially troubling picture is starting to emerge from data about drinking among adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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His Brother's Gift of a Healthy Kidney

At just 29 years old, Kevin Montello’s kidneys began to fail after many years of living with kidney disease. Thankfully, with tremendous support from his family, many of whom were tested to see if they might be a match, he didn’t have to look far for a donor.

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Journey to Being Cancer-Free

Shanti Woodrow’s 2012 breast cancer diagnosis progressed into an eight-year battle against the march of the disease. By the time she learned that her third round of cancer was a spread to major organs, Shanti was looking for an innovator.

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Podcast: Signs & Symptoms of Teething

Chloe Rowe, M.D., discusses the signs and symptoms of teething. She answers the common questions that parents ask and offers great tips on how to best help your baby feel more comfortable while teething.

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Weill Cornell Medicine Joins with Hunters Point Park Conservancy to Bring Free Online Fitness Classes to Long Island City

Keeping you and your family healthy and well is more than our business. It’s our passion. That’s why we’ve teamed up with the  Hunters Point Park Conservancy. Together, we will bring you free, online classes for body and mind starting Monday, March 29.

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Guidance for Youth Camps During the Summer 2021 Season

Day and overnight camps in New York State can begin to plan for summer 2021. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s office made the Feb. 17 announcement, noting that the Department of Health “will issue specific reopening guidance, including details on timing, in the coming weeks.”

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Spinal Cord Stimulation for Managing Chronic Pain

When a young woman needed a novel way to manage a painful, congenital medical condition, she turned to Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM). It was a step toward achieving a lifelong dream to experience a more independent, physically comfortable life – one that would eventually allow her to start a family.

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Podcast: What to Know About Colon Cancer Screening

Andrea Betesh, M.D., Lea Lowenfeld, M.D. and Allison Yang, M.D., discuss the importance of colon cancer screening. The panel offers guidelines on how to choose the screening test that is right for you.