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Immunotherapy has become a rapid, remarkable success. Now, the results of a clinical trial by Rita Nanda, MD, becomes the first published report to show its effectiveness against triple-negative breast cancer.
Immunotherapy has become a rapid, remarkable success. Now, the results of a clinical trial by Rita Nanda, MD, becomes the first published report to show its effectiveness against triple-negative br…
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As a work planner at Exelon’s Dresden Generating Station, 58-year-old George Winke often worked long 12-hour shifts six to seven days a week. It was during his time on the job that he began to notice discomfort while urinating. But, the New Lenox resident…
As a work planner at Exelon’s Dresden Generating Station, 58-year-old George Winke often worked long 12-hour shifts six to seven days a week. It was during his time on the job that he began to noti…
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Cancer researchers launch their moonshot at the 2016 AACR annual meeting #AACR16

Thousands of discoveries reported at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research--including several from the UChicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center--show there is reason for optimism in a "cancer moonshot."
Thousands of discoveries reported at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research–including several from the UChicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center–show the…
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The diabetes epidemic isn't slowing, yet a new study by Elbert Huang, MD, found that the cost of insulin tripled over the past decade.
The diabetes epidemic isn’t slowing, yet a new study by Elbert Huang, MD, found that the cost of insulin tripled over the past decade.
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After decades without new therapies, research by Peter O'Donnell, MD, shows promise for treating metastatic bladder cancer.
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Husbands of happy, more-educated wives are more likely to get a colonoscopy #fightcoloncancer

A national study led by William Dale, MD, PhD, found that men who are happily married are much more likely to have a colonoscopy screening for cancer.
A national study led by William Dale, MD, PhD, found that men who are happily married are much more likely to have a colonoscopy screening for cancer.
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A pioneering study led by Yingming Zhao, PhD, professor of the Ben May Department for Cancer Research, provides some important clues to how metabolism controls gene expression.
A pioneering study led by Yingming Zhao, PhD, professor of the Ben May Department for Cancer Research, provides some important clues to how metabolism controls gene expression.
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A new study by Prof. Yoav Gilad identifies thousands of mutations involved in RNA splicing, enabling accurate functional interpretation of genome-wide association study data.
A new study by Prof. Yoav Gilad identifies thousands of mutations involved in RNA splicing, enabling accurate functional interpretation of genome-wide association study data.
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Researchers and physicians have made great strides toward finding new, more effective treatments for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, known collectively as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In just the past year, scientists have learned a great…
Researchers and physicians have made great strides toward finding new, more effective treatments for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, known collectively as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). …
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Graduate student Adam Brown is no stranger to a microscope, since he spends his days studying the neurobiology of the nematode worm C. elegans. But these tiny worms don't just serve as model organisms for Brown’s research. They also happen to do double…
Graduate student Adam Brown is no stranger to a microscope, since he spends his days studying the neurobiology of the nematode worm C. elegans. But these tiny worms don’t just serve as model …
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Nanotech meets medicine: Q&A with @UChicagoIME director Matthew Tirrell

The University of Chicago Institute for Molecular Engineering is pioneering research across a broad range of science and technology. We spoke to IME director Matt Tirrell about how some of these ideas will impact the future of medicine.
The University of Chicago Institute for Molecular Engineering is pioneering research across a broad range of science and technology. We spoke to IME director Matt Tirrell about how some of these id…
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More than 1 million Americans have a joint replaced each year. Surgeon Lewis Shi, MD, is working to make that a procedure of last resort.
More than 1 million Americans have a joint replaced each year. Surgeon Lewis Shi, MD, is working to make that a procedure of last resort.
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