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Doctor Builds Charlotte Ponce A New Ear, Pierces It

Charlotte's ear is healing well. Charlotte returned to Beaumont Children's Hospital in August for a skin graft procedure. During the surgery, Dr. Chaiyasate pierced Charlotte's new ear. It was a wonderful surprise.

For the first time in her life, she can now wear a pair of earrings.

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Beaumont's Surgical Learning Center achieves prestigious designation

The American College of Surgeons has fully accredited the Marcia and Eugene Applebaum Surgical Learning Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak as a Level 1 Education Institute. This designation is the highest level of accreditation given by the ACS. "Beaumont is one of only 10 centers in North America to receive this designation and is

Beaumont physicians hopeful investigational drug will regenerate damaged spinal disc tissue

  Back in July, Rob Rosso, 32 of Eastpointe, became one of the first persons in the world to have his damaged spinal disc injected with an investigational drug called OP-1&reg. Beaumont Hospital physicians, part of a nationwide research study, are hopeful this drug leads to a new, noninvasive treatment for degenerative disc disease by

Beaumont opens premier surgical specialty center for children

Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak - the largest provider of pediatric surgery in a five-county region - has opened the Ghesquiere Family Center for Children's Surgery, a surgical specialty center designed specifically for children. The center offers the most advanced technology, minimally invasive surgical procedures and a highly trained

Beaumont first to test new tool to treat atrial fibrillation

  Doctors at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak recently treated the first heart patient in the United States participating in a research study with a new technology called High Intensity Focused Ultrasound. The 65-year-old woman from White Lake, Mich. is part of a national study looking at HIFU as a potential treatment option for the debilitating

Beaumont study uses heat to attack liver cancer

Researchers at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak are recruiting people with liver cancer for research that uses heat to destroy tumors. The heat is generated in a procedure called radiofrequency ablation. The procedure uses electrical energy to create radio waves that in turn produce heat used to destroy cancer cells. About 120 participants