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45 is the New 50: What You Need to Know About Colon Cancer
February 29, 2024
Melrose Wakefield’s Dr. Aarti Kakkar shares the facts about colon cancer, colonoscopies and how to reduce your risk.
Articles
Are Weight Loss Medications Right for You?
February 28, 2024
Tufts Medical Center’s Dr. Sunny Shah answers your questions about popular new weight loss medications.
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An Innovative Medical 'Mist' Brings Hope to Patients with Bedsores
February 28, 2024
Pressure ulcers, often called "bedsores", are among the most common diabetes complications. Diabetes often causes poor circulation and nerve damage, meaning the patient may not feel or notice a wound or sore before it becomes large and severely infected.
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Molecular Cardiology Research Institute Celebrates 25 years of Milestones
February 20, 2024
Enormous congratulations are due to the Molecular Cardiology Research Institute (MCRI) at Tufts Medical Center which recently celebrated their 25th anniversary.
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Congratulations to our 2023 Cupola Award Recipients
February 6, 2024

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Colorectal Cancer Risk Factors thumb
Articles
45 is the New 50: What You Need to Know About Colon Cancer
February 29, 2024
Melrose Wakefield’s Dr. Aarti Kakkar shares the facts about colon cancer, colonoscopies and how to reduce your risk.
Articles
An Innovative Medical 'Mist' Brings Hope to Patients with Bedsores
February 28, 2024
Pressure ulcers, often called "bedsores", are among the most common diabetes complications. Diabetes often causes poor circulation and nerve damage, meaning the patient may not feel or notice a wound or sore before it becomes large and severely infected.
Articles
Are Weight Loss Medications Right for You?
February 28, 2024
Tufts Medical Center’s Dr. Sunny Shah answers your questions about popular new weight loss medications.
Patient Stories
Tufts MC Social Worker Runs Marathon for Dad's Second Chance
February 22, 2024
In the fall of 2021, Katie had just begun a new position as a Clinical Social Worker in Tufts Medical Center’s Emergency Department. Less than two months later, Katie’s father Jim drove himself to his local emergency room and was diagnosed with myocarditis, an infection of the heart. While some patients with myocarditis fight off the infection, Jim took a turn for the worse and was transported by ambulance to Tufts MC.
Press Releases
Tufts Medicine Announces Virtual-First Approach to Improve Access to Care
February 20, 2024
AI technology will help guide patients to care in the right place at the right time
Patient Stories
Breakthrough Heart Technology is the First in MA: The Dual-chamber Wireless Pacemaker
February 20, 2024
Karen Pekowitz was a college student when she was diagnosed with a heart condition. At just 19 years old, Karen had a pacemaker implanted to manage her illness.

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Introduction to the Tufts Medical Center Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
Find out how we train and mentor the next generation of infectious disease experts.
Family History and Heart Health
Lawrence Conway, MD explains the connection between family history and cardiovascular health.
Introduction to Diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2)
Dr. Miguel Ariza, Medical Director of the Diabetes and Endocrine Center at Circle Health Dracut addresses common questions patients have about diabetes.
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