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CAR T-cell patient Jacelyn Walsh and family
After Years of Treatment and Three Relapses, CAR T-cell Therapy Offers Hope for Leukemia Patient

Jacelyn Walsh, a 41-year-old mother of two, relapsed three times in her battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. After trying CAR T-cell therapy at UChicago Medicine, she has hope for the future.

Antoinette Barnes-Murdock
Preventive Screening Detects Lung Cancer in Otherwise Healthy Patient

Antoinette Barnes-Murdock is a poster child for why lung cancer screening is important.

fruit and vegetables
How to Navigate Nutrition After a Cancer Diagnosis

Eating healthy is challenging. Add to that a cancer diagnosis and it can become exceptionally difficult to eat right – or even at all.

CAR T-cell Therapy: Scott McIntyre's Story

After many treatments for stage 3 diffuse B-cell lymphoma failed, Scott McIntyre of South Bend, Ind., became the first patient to undergo CAR T-cell therapy in a clinical trial at the University of Chicago Medicine. Today, the 56-year-old truck dealer has no signs of any remaining cancer.

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