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Our blood and bone marrow transplant process and programs offer new hope for patients dealing with life-threatening cancers. Learn more about this treatment option.
Routine cancer screenings can be a lifesaving choice, as they help detect cancer before you have symptoms and may catch signs of cancer before it ever develops.
Learn about how we offer one of the top cancer centers for immunotherapy that is changing the way cancer is treated using CAR-T cell therapy.
Our cardiac rehabilitation program is designed to help improve your overall health by identifying and reducing the risk factors that lead to cardiovascular disease.
Our team of cancer specialists and patient navigators help you get to know more about your chemotherapy options and guide you through each step of your care.
A colonoscopy can help your physician look for problems in your colon that can include any early signs of cancer, red or swollen tissues, ulcers and bleeding.
Learn about how we may be able to help preserve your vision with the latest corneal transplant techniques to replace your diseased or scarred cornea with a new one.
Learn about the different types of coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) the heart surgeons here can perform to restore the flow of blood to your heart.
Learn about how deep brain stimulation may be an option to help treat movement disorders if medications have not effectively relieved symptoms, like tremors.
If you’re having trouble losing weight, consider a duodenal switch surgery that restricts the amount of food you can eat and how much your body can absorb.
Learn how our cardiac electrophysiology and pacing team provides personalized care and specialized services for heart rate and rhythm problems (arrhythmias).
An upper GI endoscopy or EGD (esophagogastroduodenoscopy) is a procedure to diagnose and treat problems in your upper GI (gastrointestinal) tract.
ECMO uses advanced technology to provide temporary blood circulation and respiratory support in cases of life-threatening heart or lung failure.
Learn why fecal transplant has emerged as a successful and highly effective treatment for patients with clostridium difficile, commonly known as C. diff.
When you get a flu shot, you protect yourself and those around you. Find a location near you to receive a flu shot today.
Learn about why you may need to have gallbladder surgery, also known as a cholecystectomy, and what to expect before, during and after the procedure.
If you’re considering gastric bypass surgery to help lose weight, learn about what to expect before, during and after the procedure.
Learn about how gastric restrictive surgery, a type of bariatric surgery, may be used to treat severe obesity when diet, exercise and medicine have failed.
We have treated some of the most complex heart transplant cases and helped patients who have been turned away by other medical centers. Learn more about our program.
Learn how the experienced surgeons here provide treatment for basic and large hernias using the latest tools and techniques, including robotic surgery.
Learn about how certain key factors in your health history can help you and your physician identify your potential for developing breast cancer.
We offer a minimally invasive and highly effective procedure to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) called Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP).
Learn about our comprehensive wound programs that offer several types of hyperbaric oxygen chambers that can speed up the healing process for hard-to-heal wounds.
Learn how immunotherapy, sometimes referred to as immuno-oncology when treating cancers, uses certain parts of a person’s immune system to fight diseases.
Our In-Home Vaccine program allows you to schedule a time to receive many common vaccines from a trained medical professional in the comfort of your own home.
We have the only transplant program in Texas that offers total pancreatectomy followed by islet autotransplantation for acute relapsing and chronic pancreatitis.
The orthopedic specialists on the medical staff perform several advanced joint replacement procedures to help reduce recovery time and get you back to your routine
We provide expert care for patients with kidney failure in one of the largest kidney transplant programs in Texas. Learn more our program and how to become a donor.
Laparoscopies are minimally invasive, which means only a very small cut is made. They usually take less time and have a faster recovery than open surgery.
Laser vision correction can permanently eliminate or reduce your dependence on glasses or contact lenses. Find out if LASIK is right for you.
Learn about the full spectrum of treatment options that we offer patients who have liver or pancreas tumors or chronic pancreatitis.
Learn about how to prepare for a liver biopsy and how we perform the test to determine whether your liver is healthy or what is causing it to be damaged.
When it comes to liver transplants, experience and expertise matter. We’re proud to be one of the largest multi-specialty transplant centers in the U.S.
Learn what to expect before, during and after your lumpectomy surgery to remove cancerous cells from your breast.
Learn about our lung cancer screening program that can detect the disease at a very early stage when it's more likely to be cured.
Learn about how we provide personalized care and treatment, including transplant, for patients with advanced lung disease.
Learn about why you may need to have a mastectomy, the different kinds of surgeries available and how to prepare for the procedure after talking to your doctor.
MitraClip insertion is a new type of transcatheter mitral valve repair now offered as a viable alternative for those who are not good candidates for surgery.
Learn how we use monoclonal antibodies to fight off illnesses and treat a wide variety of diseases, including some cancer types, by targeting certain antigens.
Learn about our multi-organ transplant program that has a coordinated team of specialists in place to offer you options often not found at other centers.
Our licensed occupational therapists use patient-centered treatments to develop, recover or maintain your activities of daily living and work-related skills.
A pap smear, along with a pelvic exam, is an important part of your routine healthcare, because it can find abnormal cells that can lead to cancer.
If problems with your parathyroid glands are causing an imbalance of calcium, your physician may recommend parathyroidectomy surgery.
Pelvic floor muscle weakness and tension contribute to pelvic pain and incontinence. Learn how pelvic floor therapy near you can help make a difference.
Our licensed physical therapists provide individualized care designed to help patients with disability, impairment and pain associated with injury and disease.
Our advanced pulmonary rehabilitation program helps you breathe better by increasing your fitness so it’s easier for you to do your daily activities.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, learn about our radiation therapy, which uses high doses of targeted radiation to kill or slow the spread of cancer cells.
With robotic surgery, surgeons perform minimally invasive surgery using a computer to control small instruments and a high-resolution camera attached to robotic arms.
Learn about how our speech therapists assess, diagnose and treat disorders related to speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing and fluency.
The providers in our comprehensive sports concussion program have decades of experience and special training in diagnosing and treating sports-related concussions.
The thoracic surgeons here diagnose and treat diseases of the lungs, esophagus and diaphragm using minimally invasive and traditional open surgical procedures.
If you need to have thyroid surgery, including a thyroidectomy, learn what to expect before, during and after the procedure.
Learn more about transoral incisionless fundoplication, or TIF, a minimally invasive procedure that we use to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Learn how the world's largest uterus transplant program here in Dallas now offers more women the opportunity to achieve a pregnancy.
A ventricular assist device (VAD) is a mechanical pump that is implanted to help the heart pump blood throughout the body for people living with heart failure.
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