SEATTLE, Dec. 20, 2007 – A procedure to fix a congenital heart defect related to stroke may also be responsible for the disappearance of some people's migraine headaches. Now, a randomized clinical research trial led by neurologists and interventional cardiologists may determine if repairing ...
December 2007 posts
Closing a Common Hole in the Heart May Stop Migraines; Randomized Study to Determine if Closing a PFO is an Effective Migraine Treatment
Swedish Administrator Interviewed for Article about Participation in Clinical Trials by People of Color
Swedish-Affiliated Orthopedic Surgeon Interviewed about Joint-Replacement Surgery for Patient Power Program on KVI Radio
Swedish-Affiliated Breast-Cancer Specialists Interviewed for Articles in The Seattle Times, P-I about a New Mammography Study