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Innovative Tobacco Treatment Center at Weill Cornell Medicine

Quitting tobacco, including smoking cigarettes, is never easy. In fact, research suggests that nicotine is as addictive as alcohol, heroin, or cocaine.

At Weill Cornell Medicine, our expert physicians and nurses understand the difficulties of quitting tobacco. They also see, first hand, the tremendous demand for help, resources, and support to quit...

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Podcast: Focused Ultrasound for Essential Tremor and Other Movement Disorders

Dr. Michael Kaplitt was the first doctor in New York to use high-intensity focused ultrasound after the FDA approved it for use against essential tremor. In this episode of Brain and Spine...

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Podcast: Advances in Precision Medicine and Genomic Sequencing for Pediatric Brain Tumors

Dr. Jeffrey Greenfield discusses how precision medicine and genomic sequencing have the potential to change the course of treatment for children with advanced or metastatic brain tumors.
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Podcast: New Treatments for Subdural Hematomas

In this episode of Brain and Spine Care, Dr. Jared Knopman discusses a new minimally invasive approach to treating subdural hematomas.
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Podcast: Minimally Invasive Brain Tumor Surgery

In the first episode of the Brain and Spine Care podcast, Dr. Theodore H. Schwartz discusses the latest advances in minimally invasive brain tumor surgery.
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