Phil Gehrman of the School of Medicine discusses the fatigue of air traffic controllers.
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Steve Arnold of the School of Medicine comments on the drug Lipitor.
Scott Halpern of the School of Medicine comments on patients who die while waiting for organ donors and transplants.
Zachary Meisel of the School of Medicine co-authors an op-ed about emergency departments turning away non-urgent paitients.
David Margolis of the School of Medicine comments on a study he led on acne antibiotics.
Kelly Malloy of the School of Medicine comments on the difficulty in detecting head and neck cancer.
Squamous cell cancers of the oral cavity and esophagus are common throughout the world, with over 650,000 cases of oral cancer each year and esophageal cancer representing the sixth most common cause of cancer death in men. Research by University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine investigators has shown that a protein that helps cells stick together is frequently absent or out of place in these cancers, but it’s unclear if its loss causes the tumors.