An expanded fight against leukemia; it's all in the wrist for cardiac cath patients

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November 11, 2011

An expanded effort to fight AML. A new technique that involves growing and transplanting billions of cord blood stem cells offers hope for patients with acute myeloid leukemia. Watch video of a patient's story.

It's all in the wrist. A growing number of interventional cardiologists are using the radial artery instead of the femoral artery to reach the heart during cardiac catheterization procedures. Evidence shows the transradial route  reduces complications and increases patient satisfaction.  Read the story.

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