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University of Chicago Medical Center moving sickest babies, children as it prepares for Thanksgiving week nurses strike

CHICAGO - The University of Chicago Medical Center has started transferring some of its sickest babies and children to other hospitals in anticipation of a second strike by nurses next week, hospital leaders said Monday.

The hospital plans to transfer about 50 babies and 20 children in its

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