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Current Press Releases
Northwestern Medicine Allergist Gives Tips for Surviving Allergy Season - 6/22/15
The Auxiliary Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Chicago Magazine Present the 15th Annual Summer Lovin’ Event - 6/16/2015
Northwestern Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Moves to 259 E. Erie Street - 6/12/15
Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital Honors Volunteer for Decades of Service - 6/3/2015
Northwestern Medicine, Metra and the American Heart Association Team Up on Lifesaving Tips - 6/2/15
KishHealth System Explores Affiliation with Northwestern Memorial HealthCare - 5/28/2015
Dr. Shoreh Shahabi Joins Northwestern Medicine as New Chief of Gynecologic Oncology - 5/22/2015
Northwestern’s Lurie Cancer Center Hosts 22nd Annual Cancer Survivors’ Walk & 5K on May 31 - 5/21/2015
Northwestern Medicine Surgeons Develop New Approach to Removing Nerve Tumors - 5/21/2015
Comprehensive Huntington’s Disease Clinic Opens at Northwestern Medicine - 5/14/2015
Northwestern Medicine News Blog
Northwestern Fertility and Reproductive Medicine is moving to a new technologically-advanced and highly personalized clinical space on June 15, the latest addition to the one-million square foot Northwestern Medicine® outpatient pavilion at 259 E. Erie Street on its downtown Chicago campus, home to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
“When designing this new space we prioritized patient care in a private and highly personalized setting,” said Jared Robins, MD, division chief of Northwestern Fertility and Reproductive Medicine. “Our clinical space is designed to promote relaxation, comfort and efficiency, and we now offer one of the most sophisticated in vitro fertilization (IVF) laboratories in the country.” Read More
By Bret Coons
Digestive health issues are a common concern for many Americans, and some of these issues can actually be the sign of larger problems that can get worse over time if left untreated. This is especially true for those suffering from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 to 1.3 million Americans suffer from IBD, which can take several forms. The two most common inflammatory bowel diseases are Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Read More
2015 Minds Matter Gala Raises More Than $450,000 for the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute - 5/21/15
By Sheila Galloro
Doctors, patients and those committed to improving the quality of life for spinal cord and brain tumor patients raised about $450,000 at the Minds Matter Gala held on May 1 at the Hilton Chicago. More than 400 people attended the event, including patients, caregivers and staff of the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute. Proceeds will benefit research and programs at the NBTI.
The co-chairs of the event, Maria and Faris Nijim, both lost their fathers to brain cancer but are dedicated to helping find better treatments and, one day, a cure. Read More
Media Relations Team