MRI-Guided focal laser ablation for prostate cancer

MRI-Guided Focal Therapy for Prostate Cancer

Men with early stage prostate cancer who previously had to choose between aggressive treatment -- with a greater risk for side effects -- and active surveillance, have a new treatment option. View a video and learn more about focal therapy.

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Man Who Lost Hope Saved by Innovation in Cardiac Surgery

Richard Manus received a second chance at life after being the eighth person to undergo a robotic pericardiectomy.

Nuriya Robinson with a nurse in Ghana

Around the World With Crohn's Disease

Nuriya Robinson is an OB/GYN who works in West Africa for several months a year. With the help of the IBD Center -- and fellow patients -- she is able to manage her Crohn's disease throughout her travels.

University of Chicago Capital Campaign

The University of Chicago Campaign

This ambitious campaign will support faculty and researchers who are shaping fields of inquiry, and will provide resources for scientists, physicians and students to ask and answer questions that are among the most challenging in medicine.

Mya Ludlow 10th birthday

Comer Children's Hospital Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Thanks to expert care at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital, Mya Ludlow is celebrating her 10th birthday in 2015. Learn more about the impact of our first decade.

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Community Benefit Report

2013 Community Benefit ReportThe University of Chicago Medicine contributed 22.5 percent, or $283 million, of total operating expenses in community benefits and services to improve the health of the South Side and beyond. » Read the 2013 Community Benefit Report

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Finding new treatments for common food allergies with the FARE Clinical Network

A Q&A with Christina Ciaccio, MD, medical director of the new Food Allergy Research & Education Clinical Center of Excellence at UChicago Medicine.


Five-year study to examine the gut microbiome of premature infants

The NIH has awarded a $2.7 million grant to a team from the University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory and the University of South Florida to study the gut microbiomes of premature infants.