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By Tracy Simons, Silver Cross Hospital According to the American Cancer Society, in 2013 an estimated 232,340 new cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed among women, as well as an estimated 62,570 new cases of carcinoma in situ will be diagnosed this year.
A Hyde Park business owner is hoping for the best when she goes to court Monday to fight an eviction action from an organization that buys and sells property for the University of Chicago.
As a build-up to and an extension of the April 5-11, 2014, United Nations Habitat World Urban Forum 7 in Medellin, Colombia, the University of Chicago and others hosted a pre-session dialogue in Chicago on March 4. Speakers addressed the topic of "The Informed City: Data Drive Approaches to a More Just, Equitable, and Sustainable City."
Mayors of some of America's biggest cities said Thursday that cities, not Washington, D.C., are driving the country's economic growth.
An earlier version of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History's expansion plan, shown here, will evolve as a design team finishes plans between now and 2016.
Vijay Pande and colleagues have tapped the idle processing time of 200,000 personal computers to simulate activation of a key cancer protein.
Countries with a low ranking, such as china, should be avoided to mitigate risk, increase returns and support collective human freedom.
The University of Chicago is reaching out to potential rivals in a bid to land the Barack Obama presidential library and museum, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
Barack Obama was born in August 4th, 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii . In 1967 he would move to Indonesia and stay there until his return to Hawaii in 1971.
A single gene regulates the complex wing patterns, colors and structures required for mimicry in swallowtail butterflies, report scientists.
A new study analyzing the origins of the adipose fin, thought by some to be vestigial, finds that these fins arose repeatedly and independently in multiple species -- a striking example of convergent evolution.
Michigan State moved up in the annual rankings by Times Higher Education magazine but remains below the University of Michigan.
Films from mainland China have arrived steadily in the U.S. since the mid-80s, when such "fifth generation" filmmakers as Chen Kaige and Zhang Yimou broke onto the international scene.
This combination of photos provided by researchers shows a toxic Common Rose butterfly , top, whose wing markings are mimicked by a Common Mormon butterfly , middle.
To fool predators, some butterflies create wing color patterns that make them resemble their unpalatable cousins.
Young Black men suffer from much higher rates of depression because of trauma compared to their White counterparts, and many Black men don't recognize that they have been traumatized, Dr. Waldo E. Johnson Jr. said during a one-day symposium at the University of Chicago.