Medical reversal—when accepted medical interventions are abandoned because they are found to be ineffective—is the “most important problem in medicine today,” according to the authors of a new book: Ending Medical Reversal. Reversals are...
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Second phase of the Bipolar-Schizophrenia Network on Intermediate Phenotypes (B-SNIP2) aims to establish a new system of diagnosis for psychotic diseases based on biomarkers, and guide the development of novel therapies.
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The brain uses similar computations to calculate the direction and speed of objects in motion whether they are perceived visually or through the sense of touch.
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This fall, UChicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital experts across a dozen pediatric subspecialties will see patients at new outpatient clinics at Edward Hospital in Naperville and Elmhurst Hospital.
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The gut bacteria of infants who developed tolerance to cow’s milk after treatment with probiotic formula showed significant differences from those who remained allergic, according to a new study published September 22, 2015, in The ISME Journal by...
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Leading researchers from Chicago’s academic medical centers and other institutions will meet at the American Heart Association’s 2015 Chicago Research Network Symposium, hosted by University of Chicago Medicine’s Section of Cardiology, on...
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In a move to create a more comprehensive system of needed trauma and emergency care for Chicago's South and Southwest side communities, Sinai Health System and the University of Chicago Medicine are partnering to build and operate a Level 1 adult...
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Protein aggregates that form after a cell is exposed to heat appear to be part of an organized response to stress. The findings shed new light on the biological nature of protein aggregates, which have been widely considered to be toxic dead-end...
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John Schneider, director of Chicago Center for HIV Elimination at UChicagoMed: Expert who can discuss WHO guidelines
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Ovarian Cancer/Cancer Risk Specialist Available to Discuss the Angelina Jolie Op-Ed in the March 24 NYT: Timing, Options, Impact
24-Mar-2015 12:05 PM EDT
Need Expert on Severe Epilepsy? UChicagoMedicine Experts Can Pinpoint & Blast Exact Source of Seizures in the Brain, and Has Been Doing So for Months
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Dr. Stefano Guandalini, medical director of the UChicago Celiac Disease Center and expert on gluten sensitivity
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