NYU Langone Medical Center
New research presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium looked at hundreds of older patients treated with or without radiation and found no difference in overall survival and very small differences in recurrence rates after five years.
Promising news came earlier this month when the March of Dimes announced the pre-term birth rate of 11.5 percent, a fifteen-year low.
One year ago as superstorm Sandy roared ashore, NYU Langone Medical Center in Gramercy was among the facilities left crippled. But for some expectant mothers, their babies were coming regardless of the conditions.
Next time you head to a public restroom, be aware that a new study says 95 percent of us do not wash our hands the right way.
The medical examiner’s office said Tuesday that the remains were moved from the 30th Street building as a precaution before superstorm Sandy hit.
A study conducted by doctors from NYU Langone Medical Center found that 44 percent of pedestrians hit by cars are struck while in the crosswalk crossing with the light.
The women are among nearly two dozen people invited by the White House to attend the State Of The Union address.
The city of New York has launched a partnership with NYU Langone Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital to improve the outcomes for children in the care of city protective services.
Researchers recently found that out of 112,000 women in California who were suffering from early stage breast cancer, the patients who received lumpectomies and radiation were 14 percent less likely to die than those who had mastectomies.
While the ER undergoes repairs and renovations, emergency doctors and nurses will staff a round-the-clock Urgent Care Center to treat adults and children walk-in patients in need of immediate care, the hospital announced.
Getting the injured to the hospital after the Seastreak Wall Street ferry crash Wednesday was not as easy as it would have been before Superstorm Sandy hit Lower Manhattan last October.
Nearly two months after superstorm Sandy flooded it and forced an emergency evacuation, NYU Langone Medical Center is set to reopen Thursday.
As the recovery from Superstorm Sandy continues, financial help is starting to trickle in, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo hopes it will help with reconstruction efforts at NYU Langone Medical Center on the East Side.
There have been so many stories of fear, bravery and determination following Superstorm Sandy, perhaps none so dramatic as those from several New York City hospitals forced to evacuate in the middle of the storm.
From Manhattan to Queens, hospitals remained closed Wednesday night while smaller facilities are being forced to pick up the slack. A lack of space at the city’s medical facilities is leaving no room for error.