Chicago Trauma Centers; Genetic Testing For Breast Cancer; Graduate Student Mental Health

March 15, 2018
Dr. Faran Bokhari

In this Aug. 6, 2014 photo, Dr. Faran Bokhari, head of the trauma department at Cook County’s Stroger Hospital in Chicago, performs surgery on a gunshot victim with the help of medical personnel from the U.S. Navy. The Chicago hospital serves as a training ground for Navy doctors, nurses and medics looking for experience treating injuries similar to combat wounds. Launched this past spring, the program sends Navy medical teams on rotations through Stroger’s trauma unit.

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On the 21st: The true narrative of gun violence in Chicago that murder statistics don't reveal. Plus, a new direct-to-consumer test for genetic links to breast cancer. And a study reveals what researchers are calling a mental health "crisis" amongst graduate students.