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Pedestrian bridge construction begins May 23 affecting 39th Street and Cambridge Street.
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths for men. Get screened and strike out prostate cancer. Watch the video.
Stroke survivor Damesha Seawood thrives, even after an eight-hour delay.
Thanks to generous donors, the Annette Bloch $10 Million Challenge Grant was met ahead of schedule, at the end of May.
Positive outlook and family support empower young colon cancer patient, Rebecca Buseman. After her diagnosis, she was ready for the fight.
Read The University of Kansas Hospital's 2015 Annual Report to learn how we are advancing the power of medicine for every patient.
For many patients, a cancer diagnosis is unexpected. Phil and Linda Cannon were surprised to learn they both had lung cancer.
Inpatient and outpatient rehab services with private rooms and state-of-the-art rehab technology centered on your recovery.
Rebecca Schrivener was the first patient to participate in the cardio-oncology program at The University of Kansas Hospital. Read more.
Forever Forward is the theme of this year’s Nursing Annual Report. The stories featured are a compilation of our outstanding nursing programs, initiatives and outcomes.
Comprehensive stroke care helps Deb Wagman enjoy her life plans. Read more.
After surgery to repair her severed esophagus, Clara Shaw relishes the everyday.
The University of Kansas Physicians – Quivira Specialty Care clinic is now open in Overland Park.
A shoulder injury almost sidelined Spencer Clayborn's future football and track seasons. After a successful surgery, he's back in the game.
At The University of Kansas Cancer Center, James Rogers found the nationally recognized reputation and leading-edge research to keep his lung cancer at bay.
Don't feel the burn. Play it sun safe and protect yourself from skin cancer. Learn more.
Read how two strangers become friends through the power of living organ donation.
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Jeanne Ackerson was told she had a 15% chance of survival. Three years later, she credits her decision to come to The University of Kansas Cancer Center for saving her life.
The Center for Transplantation now has a new clinic location. Learn more about our program and our new clinic in Wichita, Kansas.
After a lifetime of daily epileptic seizures that caused loss of consciousness, Rick Younger is a changed man.
We consistently earn national recognition for the outstanding quality and safety of our care. For the second consecutive year, twelve of our specialties ranked on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals list.
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Turning Point: The Center for Hope and Healing offers patients and families even more comprehensive
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