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In mice, nanomedicine can remodel the immune microenvironment in lymph node and tumor tissue for long-term remission and lung tumor elimination in this form of metastasized breast cancer.
The findings could lead to repurposing drugs for patients with the sometimes-fatal condition.
How research is financed—or not—plays an outsized role in scientific discovery
Key things for everyone with Medicaid, CHIP, Healthy Michigan Plan or MiChild insurance coverage to know now
Rapid rise in home-based post-acute care options during the pandemic means patients recuperate in familiar surroundings – but continuation depends on policymakers.
A new mother with quadriplegia reflects on what she thought was an impossible dream of growing her family.
In patients with lupus, immune cells undergo an inflammatory transformation when migrating from the blood to the skin.
A team looks at how a more intentional approach to care can benefit individuals with the gastroenterological condition.
Michigan Medicine news releases prior to January 2016 can be found in the University of Michigan Health System archives.
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