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U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT NAMES HOUSTON METHODIST HOSPITAL NO. 1 IN TEXAS FOR SEVENTH YEAR

U.S. News & World Report has named Houston Methodist Hospital the No. 1 hospital in Texas for the seventh year in a row.
U.S. News & World Report has named Houston Methodist Hospital the No. 1 hospital in Texas for the seventh year in a row. 
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Houston Methodist urogynecologists perform life-changing surgeries for Haitian women

A team of Houston Methodist urogynecologists traveled to Pignon, Haiti to perform free surgeries for women suffering with pelvic floor disorders. From left to right, Fiona Lindo, M.D., Tristi Muir, M.D., Danielle Antosh, M.D., Shweta Pai, M.D. spent four days in Pignon where they evaluated 13 patients, performed six surgeries and trained Haitian health care professionals.
Olmigue St. Fleur didn’t think twice about making the five hour drive from her city to Pignon, Haiti after learning that a group of American doctors was coming to perform free surgeries at a hospital there. For 17 years she suffered from severe pelvic organ prolapse — a condition that greatly impacted her life every day. Read more

Houston Methodist Scientists Create Nanodevice to Deliver Immunotherapy without Side Effects

Smaller than a grain of rice, this tiny device, invented by a Houston Methodist nanoscientist, delivers immunotherapy straight into a tumor, eliminating both side effects and the need for multiple IV treatments.

Houston Methodist scientists have developed a nanodevice to deliver immunotherapy without side effects to treat triple-negative breast cancer. Inserted straight into a tumor, this nanofluidic seed makes it possible to deliver a one-time, sustained-release dose that would eliminate the need for patients to undergo several IV treatments over time. Read more

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Thursday, January 17, 2019 Three tips for sticking with your New Year’s resolutions
By February, nearly 80 percent of Americans will give up on their New Year’s resolutions, but a Houston Methodist lifestyle coach says making a few simple changes can help people reach their goals.   “The majority of New Year’s resolutions are about getting healthy – eating better, drinking more wat...
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