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Innovative device ensures doctors obtain adequate fluid samples from the eye, helping with diagnosis and individualized treatment plans for patients.
A new tool uses expressive writing to help cancer patients, others cope with life challenges during the coronavirus pandemic.
National Poll finds COVID-19 may not influence parents’ beliefs about the flu vaccine, with just 1/3 believing it’s more important for children to get vaccinated in 2020.
ECMO outcomes study at experienced centers suggests key role for treating worst-hit patients as pandemic continues.
A Michigan Medicine team looks into the prevalence of NAFLD in patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.
The new approach could help doctors to separate aggressive stage 0 breast cancer from non-aggressive forms, sparing some women unnecessary mastectomies.
In a milestone of research funding, three teams of University of Michigan researchers have received funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to address issues related to firearm injury.
After Shavonn Burgess got her daughter’s diagnosis, she had no idea how her family would cope. Now, after a year of blood transfusions and spleen removal, they’ve found a new normal.
Though they often receive little fanfare, postdocs are critical to the success of the Rogel Cancer Center’s research programs.
A chance visit to a local animal shelter leads one Mott Children’s patient family to the perfect pet match for their 2-year-old son.
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