Rush Physician Newsletter | November/December 2012
Medical Center Services at Rush Oak Park Hospital and Beyond
Rush University Medical Center (Rush) and Rush Oak Park Hospital (ROPH) share more than the Rush name: Physicians from Rush in 12 specialties also have regular office hours at Rush
Oak Park Hospital. Read more.
Web Exclusive: See a list of physicians from Rush University Medical Center who have regular office hours at Rush Oak Park Hospital.
Screening May Narrow Breast Cancer Gap
Regular mammography screening can help narrow the breast cancer gap between black and white women, according to research conducted at Rush University Medical Center and Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Read more.
Compound May Treat Social Withdrawal in Some Patients
An investigational compound that targets underlying brain mechanisms in fragile X syndrome may effectively treat the core symptom of social withdrawal and other behavioral impairments associated with fragile X and autistic spectrum disorder. Read more.
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Six times a year, Rush Physician provides information to help doctors in their daily practices, including spotlights on programs at Rush, news about clinical trials and information about medical innovations at Rush. Past issues are available in the Rush Physician archive. Contact Megan Marz, editor, with any questions or feedback.