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— Patricia Graham, MD, internist
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The newly expanded Program for Abdominal and Pelvic Health at Rush brings together a team of experts to treat complex pelvic health conditions in women and men.
Dana Hayden, MD, thinks that you’re never too young to be screened for colon cancer — provided you have symptoms of the disease, that is.
Fifty doctors from Rush University Medical Center were named 'top doctors' in the January 2018 issue of Chicago magazine.
As part of Rush’s new community-based health initiatives, doctors at Rush are leading Chicago’s first West Side walk toward a healthier community.
To help patients recover faster from surgery, Rush has begun providing a computer app that monitors and encourages activities that promote healing.
Thirty-six doctors from Rush University Medical Center were named ‘top doctors' in the January 2016 issue of Chicago magazine.
The Gastrointestinal Program for Teens at Rush brings together doctors who specialize in treating kids and specialists in gastroenterology.
A new procedure called sacral neuromodulation offers relief for patients with fecal and urinary incontinence.