Breakthroughs In Care
Videoconferencing helps a growing number of emergency departments offer life-saving care for patients in the critical minutes following a stroke.
Northwestern Memorial Hospital has completed nearly 2,000 liver transplants since the transplant program began — Jerry’s was one of the first.
With results in as little as five minutes, a rapid flu test allows patients to begin antiviral treatment immediately so they recover more quickly.
Robotic knee replacement surgery allows a busy principal to get back to an active lifestyle with her students.
This Northwestern Memorial Hospital nurse rides his purple bike across Chicago to deliver home care with heart to geriatric patients.
College life can be stressful for any student, but for eighteen-year-old Jack McGraw, long hours spent on schoolwork is physically demanding. Read this inspiring story about Jack.
A Northwestern Medicine study shows promising options for men with advanced prostate cancer that stopped responding to hormone therapy.
Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital offers two FDA-approved procedures that can drastically improve the life of those needing valve replacements.
Northwestern Medicine investigators are developing better treatments for the most prevalent diseases