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Stem cell treatments have potential to transform medicine. Experts in cancer, neurosurgery, orthopedics and pediatrics discuss the possibilities.
An NIH-funded study by researchers at Rush is evaluating a vaccine for rheumatoid arthritis that was found effective in preliminary lab studies.
The internationally acclaimed Joffrey Ballet has chosen Rush University Medical Center as the company’s preferred medical center for treatment.
One of the nation’s leading shoulder surgeons discusses current and emerging treatments for shoulder problems and his work with top pro athletes.
Fifty doctors from Rush University Medical Center were named 'top doctors' in the January 2018 issue of Chicago magazine.
Two doctors at Rush, Monica Kogan, MD, and Haimanot (Monnie) Wasse, MD, MPH, have been chosen for a fellowship that aims to advance women leaders.
A study is testing whether a pressure-detecting shoe insole can help people with knee osteoarthritis walk in a way that reduces knee strain
Rush has partnered with tech company Tempus to expand its biorepository of tissue samples from cancer patients in order to advance cancer care.
Body fat now can help treat bone joint conditions, including injuries and osteoarthritis — the type of arthritis caused by wear and tear in tissue between joints, which affects 27 million people.
The head team doctor for the White Sox, Nikhil Verma, MD, discusses how team physicians at Rush help keep players healthy through baseball season.
Orthopedic experts at Rush University Medical Center are the first in the Midwest to offer a new treatment using the first synthetic cartilage device approved by the FDA for patients suffering from painful arthritis at the base of the big toe.
Orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine physicians at Rush have launched Ankles for Life, a program to stop ankle injuries from occurring.
Twenty-three physicians from Rush University Medical Center were named "top cancer doctors" in the January 2017 issue of Chicago magazine.
Rheumatoid arthritis immobilized Nancy, but joint replacements and advanced medical treatments got her up and moving again.
Doctors at Rush offer advice for avoiding the most common cold-related injuries: frostbite, hypothermia and falls.
The Olympics have included legend-making performances. They also have included devastating injuries.
Rush University Medical Center and Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, LLC, have filed an application with the state of Illinois to construct a three-story professional building in Oak Brook, Illinois.
Dr. Kathleen Weber, a sports medicine specialist at Rush, is the first female physician to serve as president of the Major League Baseball Team Physicians Association.
Matthew Colman, MD, has begun using patient-specific rods in reconstructive surgery — giving patients with spinal deformities implants designed to fit their anatomy perfectly.
A Rush study analyzing artificial joint implants aims to improve future implants and decrease the incidence of failure.