New research represents a significant change in the understanding of how pancreatic cancer grows – and how it might be defeated.
U-M researchers work to shed light on the grim world of pancreatic cancer
Links to resources outside the cancer center which provide education on taking charge of your medical care.
The culture of medicine has changed: Gone are the days when doctors dispensed treatment with a paternalistic air. As medicine has advanced, patients have more choices about how they can approach their care. Combined with the vast amount of health information available on the Internet, patients are educating themselves and partnering with their physicians to make informed medical decisions.
Both men and women may experience hot flashes and sweating from their cancer or cancer treatment. In people with cancer, hot flashes are most commonly associated with lower hormone levels from breast cancer or prostate cancer treatment.