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A Colorado doctor is traveling to Nepal to help in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake. The death toll has topped 5,000 people and the country is desperate for medical help, food and water.
While it can’t be cured, if treated, people can live with a rare disease that affects about one in a million people called pulmonary arterial hypertension. It can be deadly, and it’s difficult to diagnose.
The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment announced that a patient’s Ebola testing returned negative.
Doctors who treat diabetes say a couple of new classes of drugs are attacking the disease in a new way.
Transplant surgeons at the University of Colorado Hospital performed an amazing medical first for Colorado — the state’s first-ever double lung and liver transplant.
A young mother is taking deep breaths with a new set of lungs after receiving a lifesaving transplant at the University of Colorado Hospital.
Last week Star Trek’s Mr. Spock died of a disease many people probably never heard of — chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD.
A blood clot in the lung, called pulmonary embolism, is potentially deadly and much more common that most people realize.
The University of Colorado Hospital’s Burn Center handed out socks at Father Woody’s Shelter on Monday.
A Colorado couple has two healthy children thanks to sophisticated genetic screening. They were able to choose disease-free embryos over ones that carried a rare disorder.