Intermountain Healthcare doctors turn to genetic testing to treat cancer patients. They are also relying on almost 5 million tissue samples, stored in a basement facility, dating back to 1975, to help unlock future targeted cancer treatments.
It's called TAVR, short for transcatheter aortic valve replacement. It's a way to replace a diseased heart valve without opening the patient's chest. Intermountain's Dixie Regional Medial Center doctors are now performing the procedure.
Many Americans think of Mexican food as greasy, salty, and generally unhealthy. These misconceptions are not representative of traditional Mexican cuisine, which is heavily plant-forward, with whole grains and legumes often supplying protein.