- Campus News
- Academics & Research
- UIC in the news
November 10, 2016Children’s hospital to host Thanksgiving party for patients and families
Games, crafts and treats begin the holiday season
May 6, 2016Summer treatment camp for kids with ADHD begins June 20
Camp teaches kids, parents lasting skills
October 28, 2014Preemie reunion brings Halloween happiness
Children’s Hospital welcomes neonatal ‘graduates’ for celebration
October 13, 2014Life-changing summer camp for kids with ADHD is fun, too
Treatment program includes fun and games and therapy
July 18, 2014Police officer ‘superhero’ for kids at summer camp
Officer Lisa Rau talks with kids who, like her, were diagnosed with diabetes
March 12, 2013Treatment for sickle cell brings hope, a cure
Two brothers are cured of their sickle cell disease with a stem cell transplant from their older brother.
August 8, 2012More education equals longer life
Despite advances in health care and increases in life expectancy overall, Americans with less than a high school education have life expectancies similar to adults in the 1950s and 1960s, a new report finds.
June 18, 2012Chicago Woman Cured of Sickle Cell Disease
A Chicago woman treated at the University of Illinois Hospital is the first Midwest patient to receive a successful stem cell transplant to cure her sickle cell disease without chemotherapy in preparation for the transplant.
April 4, 2012Chicago Man Receives Robotic Kidney Transplant After 17 Years
Robotic surgery permitted surgeons at the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System to transplant a kidney into a morbidly obese Chicago man — who had survived 17 years on dialysis waiting for the procedure.