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A UChicago clinical trial of early physical and occupational therapy in critically ill patients has been selected as one of the 15 most significant physiotherapy trials ever published.
J. Martin Leland, MD, Orthopedic Sports Surgeon, explains the best way for athletes caught up in excessive celebration to avoid season-ending ACL injuries.
Each year, more than 25 percent of patients who acquired a staph infection in the hospital die within the first year. UChicago fellow Jared Greenberg is trying to find out who's at highest risk.
Alcoholism, H1N1, lupus and more in this week’s rundown of recent research publications of note from University of Chicago scientists and physicians.
New method analyzes whole-genome gene expression to predict whether tumors respond to chemotherapy
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