Information to help you cope with the impact of cancer on your day-to-day life, from choosing a cancer specialist to communicating with your employer and much more.
Secure Patient Portal Lets You Access Your Health Information
Paying for Cancer
One couple finds U-M financial resources for cancer-related expenses during hard times
Handling the Logistics
Practical Assistance Center offers patients practical resources
Supply and Demand
U-M pharmacists, doctors collaborate to ensure patients get drugs they need, despite shortages.
Identifying a Doctor and Facility When You Have Cancer
Diane Simeone, M.D., director of the Pancreatic Cancer Research Program provides insight for patients looking for a cancer treatment.
On Your Own:
Facing the challenges of cancer while living alone
With the April 15, 2008 tax deadline fast approaching, we asked accountant
Jim Palazzolo, of Arbor Accountancy, in Ann Arbor, to give us the lowdown on medical expense deductions.
Here’s what he told us.
How to Stop Smoking
Balancing the challenges of cancer treatment and professional life.
Cancer Center lends iPods, instruction
10 tips for finding comfort when visiting Ann Arbor for treatment
A mini-dictionary of terms relating to cancer