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Orthopaedics and Rehab

Paralympian Inspires Pursuit of Adaptive Sports

This decorated athlete in adaptive sports has teamed up with UT Southwestern to show others with impairments they can be as good as gold.


Immunotherapy for kidney cancer: Using the body as a weapon

Kidney cancer patients may see long-lasting tumor shrinkage with immunotherapy, which uses the immune system as a weapon to fight cancer. Learn more.

Your Pregnancy Matters

Five Babies in Five Minutes—A Quints Story

Photos and a behind-the-scenes look at the planning and protocol involved in delivering quintuplets via C-section.


How we’re using high-dose radiation therapy to treat kidney cancer

Kidney cancer often doesn’t respond well to conventional radiation therapies, but a certain type of high-dose radiation therapy is proving effective.


Robin Kinley: Heart Surgery Patient Profile

When Robin Kinley was diagnosed with an atrial septal defect (ASD), UT Southwestern heart surgeon Neelan Doolabh, M.D., performed a minimally invasive ASD closure.


Dennis McBride: Heart Valve Patient Surgery Profile

After a deer hunting trip left Mount Pleasant police officer Dennis McBride feeling out a breath, he discovered he had severe aortic stenosis.


Four questions to ask a doctor about inpatient rehab

Inpatient rehabilitation can vastly improve recovery after a major injury, illness, or surgical procedure. How to choose the best rehab center for your condition.


Why we use robotic surgery to treat large kidney cancer tumors

Large kidney tumors or those starting to spread can put patients’ lives at risk. Learn about robotic surgery for kidney cancer and when we recommend it.


Saving Ryan

Ryan was diagnosed with a rare disease that had no viable treatment, but his parents fought for one on their own and defied all the odds.


A Family Affair: The Dandridges

Chuck Dandridge became the first adult in the U.S. to receive a newly modified stem cell transplant that uses genetically engineered blood cells from a family member.