Loyola Medicine Section Chief of Hematology Available to Discuss Liam Hendriks’ Cancer Diagnosis

MAYWOOD, IL – Dr. Scott E. Smith, Section Chief of Hematology and Medical Director of the Bone Marrow Transplant Program at Loyola University Medical Center, is available today to discuss the non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma diagnosis of 33-year-old Chicago White Sox pitcher Liam Hendriks. The pitcher announced his diagnosis in an Instagram post Sunday, and said he plans to begin treatment Monday.

Loyola Medicine is nationally recognized for its expert team of specially trained cancer doctors who come from a wide variety of clinical specialties. These multidisciplinary specialists provide the expertise, translational research experience and compassionate care needed to diagnose and treat cancer. Loyola Medicine’s Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center brings together all aspects of cancer care to one site.