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Leapfrog assigned UChicago Medicine its 12th consecutive "A" for achieving the highest national standards in patient safety.

UChicago Medicine First Site in Illinois to Offer CAR T-cell Therapy for Cancer

UChicago Medicine First Site in Illinois to Offer CAR T-cell Therapy for Cancer

There’s a breakthrough in the fight against cancer, and it’s making headlines around the world. Called CAR T-cell therapy, the treatment supercharges a patient’s white blood cells to seek out and destroy cancer cells.

Brandon Kelly, Sports Medicine Patient

Forward Motion

After an injury during his baseball game, Brandon Kelly's pain continued, benching him for the season. Orthopaedic surgeon Megan Conti Mica, MD, developed a long-term treatment plan to prevent further elbow and shoulder injury.

Dr. Shari Snow and her patient, Neangela Dixon

'Miracle Baby' After Fibroid Surgery

Neangela Dixon thought a hysterectomy was the only option for relief from her aggressive uterine fibroid tumors. Dixon’s dream of motherhood seemed impossible -- until she met Shari Snow, MD.

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After his first visit to our Center for Advanced Care at Orland Park, Byron Thoren quickly lined up appointments with two more specialists and a primary care doctor.  “It’s one-stop shopping for me now,” he said.

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New Surgeons Arrive for Adult Trauma Care
Five acclaimed trauma, acute care and critical care surgeons have arrived at UChicago Medicine ahead of the May 1, 2018, launch of adult trauma care.

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2015-2016 Community Benefit ReportThe University of Chicago Medicine (UCM) contributed $373 million in fiscal 2015 -- 18 percent more than the prior year -- to address the urgent health needs of the South Side and provide other assistance to the community.


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Q&A: Why we might never find just one cause for AFib

UChicago Medicine asked Roderick Tung, MD, about the common heart condition, which affects about 6 million people in the U.S. alone.

A big win over pediatric leukemia: CAR T-cell therapy

A game-changing approach trains a young man’s immune system to defeat aggressive blood cancer.

  

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We've Hit Another Landmark

UChicago Medicine surgeons recently performed their 500th robotic cardiac surgery. 
» Learn more about our pioneering program in robotic and minimally invasive cardiac surgery


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