Breakthroughs In Care
After suffering social isolation following hearing loss, a vibrant teacher is enjoying life with cochlear implants.
The Northwestern Medicine Mobile Stroke Unit delivered critical care to Kevin 53 minutes faster than the national average.
Northwestern Memorial Hospital has completed nearly 2,000 liver transplants since the transplant program began — Jerry’s was one of the first.
Jen’s family was told she wasn’t likely to survive. More than two years later, optimism and persistence continue to drive her recovery.
Despite many obstacles, a couple pursues IVF and is rewarded with a healthy baby boy.
Robotic knee replacement surgery allows a busy principal to get back to an active lifestyle with her students.
Firefighter Patrick Jessee is accustomed to rescuing others, but when he was diagnosed with a rare cancer, he had to fight for himself.
This Northwestern Memorial Hospital nurse rides his purple bike across Chicago to deliver home care with heart to geriatric patients.
Christy had a rare form of cancer. Fortunately, she had an even more rare form of doctor.