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Innovators present recent advances in digital health care at the 2018 Annual Body Computing Conference

Hosted by the USC Center for Body Computing, the conference highlighted findings from two landmark studies and addressed how to protect digital health data

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Patients with early kidney cancer see significant benefits with robotic partial nephrectomy

For patients with early kidney cancer, removing part of the kidney instead of the whole kidney is often a preferred treatment because the procedure can effectively remove tumors while preserving kidney function. But when it comes to the best surgical... Read More Now »
  • Milan Stevanovic, MD, orthopaedic surgery and microsurgery expert at Keck Medicine of USC

The Keck Effect: More Impact

Microsurgery makes big impact for patients
The grateful mother of one of his young patients recently sent Milan Stevanovic, MD, a photo of her son playing

  • Transplant recipient Eidalia Marquez Vazquez and her family, son Jesus and husband Adrian Chavez.

The Keck Effect: More Miracles

The successful pancreas-kidney transplant that Eidalia Marquez Vazquez had a few years ago at Keck Medicine of USC meant that she no longer needed to

  • Harry Svoboda

The Keck Effect: More Expertise, Less Worry

Harry worked with our expert eye team to treat her glaucoma — seeking out USC’s top researchers and physicians.

Last spring, Harry Svoboda, 84, of Bakersfield,

  • Steve Chaffee, a USC CVTI a-fib patient, is pictured running a race with his fiancee Joan

The Keck Effect: More Races

Photo: Steve Chaffee (right) with his fiancée, Joan Brennan

Steve Chaffee loves to exercise. A former marathon runner, the Sierra Madre resident modified his routine as

  • Eula-Lee Geisert

The Keck Effect: More Birthdays

93 and Still Going Strong

For most of the 35 years since her retirement as a layout and graphic design artist, Eula-Lee Geisert, 93, has kept

  • dr rex patton former lausd principal and spine patient outdoors in suit

The Keck Effect: More Community

During the 17 years that Dr. Rex O. Patton served as principal in the LAUSD, he never used a single sick day. Throughout his tenure