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With more than 1,000 principal investigators and over 3,700 researchers, BWH is an international powerhouse in biomedical research.
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Researchers develop way to grow and control maturation of intestinal stem cells, findings pave new ways to treat gastrointestinal disorders.
Findings will allow for more targeted, convenient drug delivery to treat chronic diseases, like diabetes.
Insomnia, the most common sleep disorder, affects up to one-third of the population in the United States. In new findings, researchers from BWH have found that some insomnia symptoms are associated with an increased risk of mortality in men.
New study demonstrates that high- and low-dose edoxaban were at least as effective in preventing stroke or systemic embolism (blood clot), while significantly reducing bleeding and cardiovascular death, compared to warfarin.
Spironolactone reduces the risk of repeated hospitalizations for heart failure.
This innovative research initiative at BWH aims to create a bank of blood samples and health information to be used for research studies.
From the first successful human organ transplant in 1954 to face transplants in 2011, the clinical success of BWH has been intimately tied to the advancements made by its clinical researchers.