September 2019 News

Collaboration, expertise leads to successful outcome for police officer facing high-risk surgery

UI Health Care specialists discovered a tumor following an MRI of Shannon’s thoracic spine (upper back), more than a year after she first noticed symptoms.

Walk-in mammography screening available during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Woman using a computer
UI Health Care’s Breast Imaging Center has walk-in mammography screenings during October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. You don’t need an appointment. Just walk in and we’ll get you screened.

IVF journey is a road to happiness for Ashley and her family

Ashley Nost, her husband, and their daughter, Indie
Ashley Nost, of Solon, Iowa, and her husband began their journey to become parents in January 2016. About a year and a half into their journey, Ashley decided she was done with the road they were on—one of seemingly endless tests, medications, and even surgery—and asked to be referred to our hospital.

Pro cyclist offers three tips for an injury-free Jingle Cross

Corey Coogan Cisek participates in cyclocross
University of Iowa Sports Medicine will once again serve as the official medical provider for the 2019 Jingle Cross Cyclocross Festival the weekend of Sept. 13 to 15 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Iowa City.