Tag Archive | Medicine
Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a double mastectomy sheds light on the difficult choice facing women at genetic risk for breast cancer.
A clinical trial for patients with anorexia nervosa shows that patients are three times more likely to stick with treatment when they are involved in setting its goals.
The patient who couldn’t swallow, lung transplants, neuroprosthetics and more in this week’s LabBook.
Statins, drugs commonly taken for high cholesterol, may have an added benefit for patients with a type of kidney cancer called renal cell carcinoma.
Dr. Christopher Wigfield, the newest member of our lung transplant team, talks about the complexities of lung transplantation and what’s in store to improve patient outcomes.
Dr. Issam Awad’s clinic for patients with cerebral cavernous malformation (CCM) has become center of expertise attracting patients from around the world.
Day three of the BIO International Convention focused on an uncertain future for the biotech industry and looked ahead to new innovations in disease research.
Day two of the BIO International Convention focused on how the private and public sectors can work together to solve global health challenges.
Follow all this week as Science Life reports from the 20th annual BIO International Convention on biotech, research and innovation.
Two major gifts will build momentum behind the University of Chicago’s leadership in biomedical computation by assembling experts in the field and furnishing them with the tools to use “big data” to understand disease and solve today’s health-related challenges.