Published Fri 11/2/18
Gynecologic oncologist Nita Karnik Lee talks about what the HPV vaccine protects against and why the FDA recently changed its advice on who should get it.
Published Mon 6/1/20
Pap tests are an important part of your routine healthcare. Gynecologist Katrina Lee, MD, helps you navigate the latest guideline recommendations.
Published Wed 7/1/15
Most days you can find Keith Affeld working in his yard or tinkering with his 1940 Chevy sedan. Having worked in a steel mill for 43 years, he is no stranger to the rigors of physical labor. At 65, he still mows his own lawn. “Throughout my career I’ve done a lot of lifting, turning, twisting, climbing and hammering, never suffering from more than a minor muscular backache,” he explained. However, that all changed in October 2014, when Affeld reached down to pick a weed from his wife’s flower garden.
Published Mon 1/13/20
A two-day training allows survivors of cervical cancer to turn their personal experiences with cancer into advocacy to help others.
Published Tue 3/24/20
University of Chicago Medicine medical oncologist Sonali M. Smith, MD, and gynecologic oncologist Nita Karnik Lee, MD, MPH, answer questions about coronavirus for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers.
Published Wed 4/29/20
A study led by University of Chicago Medicine psychiatrist and personality disorder specialist Royce Lee, MD, found there may be a biological component to Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Published Mon 7/20/20
University of Chicago Medicine cardiologist Amita Singh, MD, shares five steps to help patients form heart-healthy lifestyle habits.
Published Fri 2/7/20
When Californian Shawn Carter recurring ventricular tachycardia (VT) became life-threatening, he was airlifted to UChicago Medicine for a totally endoscopic robotic epicardial ablation with electrophysiologist Roderick Tung, MD and cardiac surgeon Husam Balkhy, MD.
Published Tue 11/7/17
Why come to UChicago Medicine for arrhythmia treatment? Our collaborative spirit, our embrace of innovation and our access to the latest technologies.
Published Sun 5/1/16
Pediatric sports medicine specialist Holly Benjamin, MD, thinks of the young musicians she treats as athletes.