Diagnosed with Liver Failure and Three Months to Live, Patient Undergoes Life Saving Bariatric Surgery
October 30, 2014
"I was told I had three months to live last November," says Ines Ramos Rosado, a 48-year-old mother, resident of Puerto Rico, and owner of a catering business.
Young Melanoma Patient Turns to Mount Sinai to Effectively Treat Her Condition
May 1, 2014
When a pesky freckle turned out to be melanoma, Anna (a Mount Sinai employee) sought out Mount Sinai's surgical and dermatological expertise to remove the disease and keep her cancer-free.
Patient Follows Surgeon to Mount Sinai
June 25, 2013
Holly Taylor became a patient of Dr. David Lee in 2005, when she first was diagnosed with cancer. At the time, Dr. Lee was employed at a different hospital.
"Mount Sinai Promised Me a Cure - and They Delivered"
March 5, 2013
Diagnosed with hypoglycemia, Rosemary McGinn, now 53, traveled through her daily life with an arsenal of snacks, juices, and candy for the frequent and unpredictable moments when her blood sugar would drop below 20.
Appendectomy Patient Credits SICU for Saving His Life
October 3, 2012
Kenneth Thompson is a high-profile attorney who has litigated a wide range of employment discrimination cases and criminal matters in both federal and state courts.
Young Boy has Normal Life Following Minimally Invasive Surgery
August 30, 2012
Suffering from a debilitating gastrointestinal disorder at birth, Henry’s family sought treatment at Mount Sinai’s Department of Pediatric Surgery.