The University of Chicago Medicine is one of the first sites in the U.S. certified to offer CAR T-cell therapy for pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).
Grab a friend, or two, or team up with coworkers and family to support critical patient care and life-saving research at Comer Children’s on Sunday, October 15.
Jayden and his mom traveled to Chicago from Florida for a life-saving procedure to correct cloacal exstrophy, a rare condition that prevents normal growth and development of the pelvic bones and abdominal organs.
The faculty and staff at Comer Children's are dedicated to being at the forefront of care and innovation, enabling us to keep our promise of helping each child we treat fulfill his or her potential.
Real life superhero, Eric DelaTorre, was born with life-threatening heart defects, but after receiving treatment at Comer Children's, the 5-year-old boy has the powers he needs to live a healthy and energetic life.