Stanford physician Samuel LeBaron discusses his book, which covers death and how to prepare for and receive end-of-life care.
Category: Patient Care
To offer more transgender care, doctors need more education
Benjamin Laniakea, MD, discusses transgender medicine, the struggles of transgender patients and how physicians can offer better care.
We Are Stanford Med: #ThisIsMyWhy with Anthony Pho
Anthony Pho, a Stanford Medicine postdoctoral scholar and nurse is a passionate advocate for the LGBTQ+ community.
We Are Stanford Med: #ThisIsMyWhy with Grace Li
Stanford Medicine student Grace Li shares her passions inside and outside of medicine -- including a new book she's written.
We are Stanford Med: #ThisIsMyWhy with Melanie Ambler
Melanie Ambler, a student at the Stanford School of Medicine and "physician artist," playing the cello and learning to care for patients.
Unconventional Paths: From monasteries to medicine
Stanford Medicine primary care physician Angie Chen was once a Buddhist nun, now she practices medicine to help others heal.
Wireless implant could help remove deadly brain tumors￼
Brain tumors are among the most deadly and difficult-to-treat cancers. Glioblastoma, a particularly aggressive form, kills more than 10,000 Americans a year and has a …
Heartbeats and Hiccups: Cesar Padilla and Reena Thomas
In the Heartbeats and Hiccups video series we explore passions and pivots through a conversation on the defining moments of our careers.
Stanford Medicine magazine explores the molecules within us￼
Stanford Medicine magazine explores the molecules behind human biology and how understanding them fuels medical discoveries and innovations.
Residents discuss the concept of professionalism, how it can create harmful stereotypes and why it's important to be inclusive.
Fulfilling a final wish: One patient’s ‘great love story’
Led by a Stanford Health Care ICU nurse, a team of health care workers helps fulfill a patient's last wish: a vow renewal.
New drug gives patient his sight back
A Stanford patient improved greatly after being the first person with sight-threatening thyroid eye disease to receive the drug teprotumumab.
Four-year-old’s bumped head leads to brain tumor discovery
A preschooler's brain tumor is revealed after he hits his head at a T-ball game, allowing doctors to remove it before it caused any issues.
From loss comes hope: Pediatric brain tumor treatment shows promise
Research from early clinical trials of pediatric glioma patients shows that altered immune cells can fight the deadly brainstem tumor.
Kids fare better with early use of diabetes technology
Providing continuous glucose monitors to kids with new type 1 diabetes improves their blood sugar levels a year later, a Stanford study showed
Designing psychiatric care to precisely match patients’ biology
Using a new approach that harnesses the power of precision, Stanford Medicine researchers are devising new ways to treat depression.