Study Set To Bring Antibody Treatments Right To Doors Of Long-Term Care FacilitiesWhen a person recovers from COVID-19, their body builds up antibodies that can then be used to help others fight the disease.
UIC Gets $22M In Federal Funds For Health Research ProgramsThe money, spread over five years, comes from the National Institutes of Health and goes to the university's Center for Clinical and Translational Science.
New Drug Shows Promise For Patients With Progressive Multiple Sclerosis new drug for Multiple Sclerosis is showing promise. A study shows the experimental drug, called Ibudilast, slowed brain atrophy or shrinkage by almost 50%.
Woman In U.K. Contracts Rare 'Flesh-Eating' STDThe infection "causes lesions and skin disintegration as the [patient's] flesh effectively consumes itself."
Trump Administration's Budget Proposal Has Big Impact On ChicagoThe Trump Administration unveiled Thursday its initial budget proposal.
Kirk Promotes Stroke Research Funding, TreatmentsThe Republican from Highland Park, who suffered a stroke in January 2012, attended a round-table discussion at Northwestern Memorial Hospital with Chicago-area stroke researchers. He emphasized the importance of funding National Institutes of Health research.