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Dr. Jane Kang is a rheumatologist who evaluates adult patients in all areas of general rheumatology, including systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthritis, vasculitis, Sjögren’s syndrome, myositis, gout, and pseudogout.

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ColumbiaDoctors cardiologist Nisha B. Jhalani, MD, discusses women's cardiovascular health, #NationalWearRedDay and upcoming heart month events at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital! #AmericanHeartMonth


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Justin Golub, MD, a ColumbiaDoctors neurotologist/otologist, explains the life-changing dimensions of hearing: "In our field, we are able to give people a cochlear implant or fix problems with middle ear and actually give them back the sense of hearing, which I think is a special thing."



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ColumbiaDoctors Midtown recently became a depot site of The New York Milk Bank for collecting safely pasteurized human breast milk and received its first donation this week!

We shipped the 800-ounce supply to the New York Milk Bank in Hastings, NY. Human breast milk is vital for ill or premature babies, whose mothers are unable to produce enough of their own. Read more about our children's health services:

https://www.columbiadoctors.org/childrens-health/
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ost children with epidermolysis bullosa, a genetic defect that causes their skin to blister and peel off at the slightest touch, don’t live past their 20s.

Now Columbia University researchers, in collaboration with other academic medical centers, are looking to create new skin through the latest innovations in genetic engineering and tissue regeneration.


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Could stress's days be numbered? We're working on it! A Columbia neuroscientist is working on a stress vaccine, perhaps one day offering a revolution in mental health care.


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The innovative gene-editing technique CRISPR has been used for the first time in a living person, in the treatment of advanced lung cancer.
ColumbiaDoctors oncologist and lung cancer expert Naiyer Rizvi, MD, advises caution, as the process of extracting, genetically modifying and multiplying cells is “a huge undertaking and not very scalable.”



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Insomniacs, go get your coloring books: They may make all the difference when you need to catch some zzzzs. Dr. Carl Bazil, a ColumbiaDoctors neurologist and sleep medicine expert, says that tapping into your inner child is an effective sleep technique.

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NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center has been designated as a Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) Center of Excellence, the first of its kind in New York.
ColumbiaDoctors has been a leader in the care of patients with this rare genetic disorder that can cause sudden, catastrophic internal bleeding and stroke. The designation, made by Cure HHT, recognizes institutions that provide outstanding specialized care for these patients.

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Déjà vu, all over again? Renowned ColumbiaDoctors psychologist Alice Medalia, PhD, explains the genesis of this almost universal cognitive phenomenon that still is a bit of a mystery to researchers.
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