When we get right down to it, it’s all about patient care, the conquest of disease and disability, and the betterment of human life. You have already made the decision to commit yourself to furthering this goal, so here are just some of the many positive outcomes that are realized every day at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and throughout the Mount Sinai Health System.
Mount Sinai Implants First Leadless Pacemaker in the U.S.
When his arrhythmia caused his pulse to drop to 35-40 beats per minute, Brooklyn resident Gregory Dobin, 83, chose to enter the newly launched LEADLESS II clinical trial at The Mount Sinai Hospital.
New Hope for Autism
A diagnosis of autism can be a parent’s worst nightmare. Today, thanks to a clinical trial taking place at the Seaver Autism Center at the Mount Sinai Hospital, some parents have been given a reason to hope.
Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
When EJ Levy started to stumble more than usual during a hike in the summer of 2001 she thought she was just having an off day. After her stumbling became more frequent, and she started falling out of yoga positions during her classes, she sought help from an orthopedist. But it only took minutes for the doctor to discover that she needed to see a neurologist, and within a few months, EJ was staring down a diagnosis of steadily progressive Multiple Sclerosis. In just two years she went from hiking and skiing to needing a wheelchair. Through the intervention she received as part of a clinical trial at Mount Sinai Hospital, EJ is doing things today she thought she’d never be able to do again.