A game-changing approach trains a young man’s immune system to defeat aggressive blood cancer.
Rebecca Zoltoski was the first patient at the University of Chicago Medicine to undergo a blood and bone marrow stem cell transplant as an outpatient for her multiple myeloma. The experience allowed her to be treated close to her house and then seek comfort in her own home each afternoon after being treated. Now, she […]
Billy Foster is an accomplished jazz pianist–and a cancer survivor. When his kidney cancer spread, a clinical trial at UChicago Medicine helped him keep playing.
A nurse for almost 40 years, Therese Galvan understands the critical importance of finding the right place to get care and treatment. So when a lump she discovered in her left breast was found to be malignant, she turned to the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center at Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox.