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Now almost 2, Lincoln Maxberry's cancer is in remission — with no evidence of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Between his family and his care team at Comer Children's Hospital, he has the support needed to overcome cancer.
Leia was born with the skull bones fused, a disorder known as craniosynostosis, but physicians in Craniofacial Anomalies Multidisciplinary Program at Comer Children's were able to help with a complex, delicate surgery.
The University of Chicago Medicine's Urban Health Initiative and the Department of Pediatrics are leading a collaboration of health providers to develop the South Side Pediatric Asthma Center.
A positive result from the Toxoplasma ICT IgG-IgM point-of-care test, performed with a drop of a pregnant woman’s blood, can rapidly inform an obstetrician about the need for prompt treatment of toxoplasmosis.
The University of Chicago Medicine is partnering with World Champion first baseman Anthony Rizzo, the Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation, Mariano’s and the Chicago Tribune in a campaign to raise money for cancer research and support for children and families who are fighting the disease.
UChicago Medicine researchers are using an Australian smartphone app as a diagnostic tool to predict vision issues and developmental delays in babies born prematurely and to compare success rates of early vision-saving measures.
Whether it’s crossing streets for trick-or-treating or using sharp tools to carve pumpkins, risks that come with the holiday can be avoided with the right precautions.
Picking out a backpack for the new school year? Orthopaedic specialist Holly Benjamin, MD, has some tips to make sure your backpack choice today doesn't lead to back problems in the future.
It may be the most common recessive genetic disorder, but that doesn’t mean that living with cystic fibrosis (CF) is at all easy. We talked to Jeannine Cheatham, MS, RN, APN, a pediatric clinical nurse specialist and UChicago Medicine’s CF center coordinator, about life with the disease.
MRI technologist, Andy Schultz, cheerfully stayed hours after his shift ended on evening to ensure an ill child who needed to be scanned in the ICU received needed care when Comer Children’s Hospital was completely booked.
Emerging evidence suggests that modern environmental influences, including widespread antibiotic use, high-fat and low-fiber diets, reduced exposure to infectious diseases, Caesarean birth and formula feeding have altered the mutually beneficial relationship between humans and the bacteria living in our gastrointestinal tract.
Comer Children's is advancing the forefront of kids' health. Our pediatric specialists are committed to offering every child the latest treatments and clinical breakthroughs. Because we believe kids of all ages should be able to grow up to be healthy, happy and strong.