For shorter, darker days, this cozy recipe can be prepared as a batch bake ahead of time, providing an easy way to have ready-to-eat meals throughout the busy work week.
Faculty Profile: Michael Charlton, MBBS, Treatment of Liver Disease and Liver Transplant at University of Chicago Medicine
“I also have the happy experience of patients who say, ‘I saw Dr. John Fung, and he saved my sister’s life. We’d been told nothing could be done.’ I recently treated a patient with bile duct cancer who had been told his cancer was inoperable, and he came here and it was taken care of. With Dr. Rubin, we recently had a patient who failed multiple therapies for Crohn’s disease, and Dr. Rubin simply said, ‘We’ll get you into remission.’ He wasn’t just bragging; he did it.”
On Monday, September 27th, nearly 200 patients, doctors, friends, and celebrity athletes joined the GI Research Foundation for the inaugural Larry A. Pogofsky All-Star Challenge – On the Greens at Bryn Mawr Country Club in Lincolnwood, Illinois. The charity golf tournament raised more than $181,000 for digestive diseases research at the University of Chicago Medicine.
In this recipe, the complex flavors of chai mix with cooked sweet apples to provide a new twist on a breakfast classic.
The Multidisciplinary Team: Integrated Specialty Pharmacy Featuring David Choi, PharmD and Archariya Puangampai, PharmD
Fortunately for patients at the University of Chicago Medicine Digestive Diseases Center, specialty pharmacists David Choi, PharmD, BCACP, and Archariya Puangampai, PharmD, BCPS, have honed expertise in helping patients understand their medications, and also navigate other barriers such as insurance challenges to gain access to these life-changing medicines.
Wise beyond her years, she has sage advice for patients with Crohn’s disease: “Don’t be afraid to grieve. It’s going to be really hard, and you are going to feel sad, and that’s okay. And also, don’t get caught up in what you think everyone else is doing.”
GIRF in the News
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