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Podcast: The fight against hunger in hospitals

Published Tue 3/20/18

UChicago's Knowledge Applied podcast features physician-scientist Stacy Lindau's work on food insecurity

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The immunotherapy revolution

Published Wed 5/3/17

Scientists at the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center are leading the field of immunology, from basic research that aims to understand how the immune system works at the molecular level to clinical trials that are testing the newest and most promising therapies.

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Motivating a malignant immune system

Published Wed 3/29/17

After failed chemotherapy treatments, leukemia patient Andrew Parker participated in a CAR-T Cell clinical trial at the University of Chicago Medicine.

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Things You're Too Embarrassed to Ask a Doctor Season 1, Episode 1: Female Pelvic Health with Dr. Dianne Glass

Published Thu 1/2/20

This episode, Dianne Glass, MD, PhD, answers questions related to pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence and other issues surrounding pelvic health.

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Things You're Too Embarrassed to Ask a Doctor Season 1, Episode 4: Pediatric Dermatology with Dr. Sarah Stein

Published Mon 1/27/20

Can diaper rash cream help with eczema? Does baby acne hurt? Can warts kill you? This episode we hear from pediatric dermatologist Sarah Stein, MD, about the pesky lumps and bumps on our babies, kids and teens.

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Things You're Too Embarrassed to Ask a Doctor Season 1, Episode 2: Testicular and Prostate Health with Dr. Scott Eggener

Published Sun 1/12/20

In this episode, Scott Eggener, MD, answers questions related to testicular and prostate health.

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Things You're Too Embarrassed to Ask a Doctor Season 1, Episode 3: Adult Dermatology with Dr. Diana Bolotin

Published Sun 1/12/20

This episode features dermatologist Diana Bolotin, MD. Listen as Dr. Bolotin answers questions related to adult dermatology. Today’s questions include things like, “Why do I still have adult acne?” and more.

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Things You're Too Embarrassed to Ask a Doctor Season 1, Episode 9: Post-Pregnancy Woes with Dr. Maryam Siddiqui

Published Sun 3/1/20

Growing noses and feet, emotional distress and lots lots more: issues faced by people after giving birth range widely. This episode, Dr. Maryam Siddiqui takes us into the world of post-pregnancy woes.

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Things You're Too Embarrassed to Ask a Doctor Season 1, Episode 10: Aches and Pains with Dr. Aravind Athiviraham

Published Sun 3/8/20

This episode, we speak with sports medicine doctor Aravind Athiviraham to chat about why knees click and pop, what happens when bumping your elbow radiates pain into the pinky finger, and more.

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Things You're Too Embarrassed to Ask a Doctor Season 1, Episode 6: Pediatric GI with Dr. Ritu Verma

Published Mon 2/10/20

Pediatric gastroenterologist Ritu Verma, MD, lets listeners know whether what they’re seeing and smelling in their babies’ diapers warrants a visit to the doctor, and tells us why we should feel free to use the word “poop” at the dinner table.