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UC Davis Health surgeons use FLIm imaging to detect head and neck cancer News

UC Davis Health surgeons use FLIm imaging to detect head and neck cancer

In a study published in Head and Neck journal, a team of surgeons and scientists shared the results of testing FLIm in six patients with squamous cell carcinoma of unknown primary in the head and neck.
Internationally renowned cancer researcher joins cancer center’s research team News

Internationally renowned cancer researcher joins cancer center’s research team

Dr. Xiao-Jing Wang joined the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center in 2022 as chief science officer, bringing expertise in translational research to improved survival and quality of life for head and neck cancer patients.
Autologous muscle derived cells for treatment of tongue dysphagia News

Autologous muscle derived cells for treatment of tongue dysphagia

Researchers at UC Davis Health are conducting a Phase II clinical trial to understand the potential benefits of injecting muscle stem cells into the tongue in subjects with moderate swallowing difficulty from head and neck cancer treatment.
Center for Skull Base Surgery earns national distinction News

Center for Skull Base Surgery earns national distinction

The North American Skull Base Society (NASBS) recognized the UC Davis Center for Skull Base Surgery as a NASBS Multidisciplinary Team of Distinction. The center provides life-changing care for patients with a variety of skull base, brain, head and neck tumors.
Two faculty members selected for prestigious national executive leadership programs News

Two faculty members selected for prestigious national executive leadership programs

Dr. Debbie Aizenberg, clinical professor of otolaryngology - head and neck surgery, associate chief medical officer for ambulatory care, and interim executive director of the UC Davis Medical Group, was selected as one of the inaugural fellows for the Executive Leadership in Health Care Program (ELH).
$11 million investment in cell therapy to help throat cancer patients heal News

$11 million investment in cell therapy to help throat cancer patients heal

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) is investing more than $11 million to fund a clinical trial testing a cell therapy to help throat cancer patients heal from the devastating effects of radiation therapy.
Dried goji berries may provide protection against age-related macular degeneration News

Dried goji berries may provide protection against age-related macular degeneration

Regularly eating a small serving of dried goji berries may help prevent or delay the development of age-related macular degeneration, in healthy middle-aged people, according to a randomized trial conducted at UC Davis.
UC Davis Health surgeons use FLIm imaging to detect head and neck cancer during surgery News

UC Davis Health surgeons use FLIm imaging to detect head and neck cancer during surgery

A UC Davis Health team of surgeons and scientists has integrated a novel imaging technology with robotic surgical systems to help detect primary cancerous tissue during head and neck cancer surgeries.
How does removing the voice box affect the sense of smell? News

How does removing the voice box affect the sense of smell?

A new study by UC Davis Health researchers assessed the quality of life of patients who had their voice box removed. It showed that 60% experienced moderate to severe changes to their sense of smell, even two years after the operation.
Life-changing Craniofacial Care Helps a Girl Eat and Breathe News

Life-changing Craniofacial Care Helps a Girl Eat and Breathe

UC Davis Cleft and Craniofacial team helps improve Lily Jones’ life.
Boosting surgical precision with 3D printing Video

Boosting surgical precision with 3D printing

Dr. Brad Strong and his team are finding innovative ways to use 3D printers in health care.
One of the youngest-ever cochlear implant patients Video

One of the youngest-ever cochlear implant patients

When Gianna was born blind and deaf, she wasn’t guaranteed a regular childhood. By having access to UC Davis Health, she became one of the youngest patients to ever receive cochlear implants.

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