Christine Gabriel, ovarian cancer survivor

Back in the Saddle

After finishing her treatment for ovarian cancer, horse racing analyst Christine Gabriel returned to handicapping races in the U.S. and across the world. Six years after her diagnosis, she is still cancer-free.

Breast cancer survivor, Christine Huge

Knocking Out Breast Cancer

We kicked off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a special event to honor the bravery and strength of nearly 30 women who have partnered with our health care experts to beat breast cancer.


Advice from the Experts

University of Chicago Medicine physician scientists discuss what you should know about the Ebola virus.

Leroy Cooper

Hybrid Approach Speeds Golfer's Recovery

Leroy Cooper gave his care team "five stars across the board" after a hybrid coronary bypass and catheterization had him swinging a golf club 12 days after surgery.

Elizabeth Woodcock

On the Mend from Biliary Atresia

Soon after she was born, Elizabeth Woodcock was diagnosed with a chronic and progressive liver disease. After surgeons at Comer Children's Hospital removed her damaged bile ducts, Elizabeth was taken off the liver transplant list.

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Community Benefit ReportThe University of Chicago Medicine provided 21.7 percent, or $254.1 million, of total operating expenses in community benefits and services to promote health and well-being on the South Side and beyond. Read the 2012 Community Benefit Report and read our latest statement on trauma care.

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How does the Ebola virus spread?

Hospital epidemiologist Emily Landon, MD, discusses the ways Ebola is transmitted and how that plays into deliberations about how to handle any possible case that presents to a U.S. hospital.