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Sharing Hope

Sometimes, the only people who really understand are those who have had cancer touch their lives

Comprehensive Cancer Cures

To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we spoke with two patients treated way back when . . . and who are still cancer-free today.

Research today for a cancer-free tomorrow

The American Cancer Society is recruiting men and women across the United States and Puerto Rico for a landmark new research study to better understand the genetic, environmental and other factors that may cause or prevent cancer.

Believing in Hope

U-M researchers work to shed light on the grim world of pancreatic cancer

Targeting the Source

Cancer stem cell research offers hope for cure

A Quarter Century of Care

When the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center received its formal designation from the National Cancer Institute in fall 1988, cancer affected more than 1.3 million people in the United States annually. Director Max Wicha, M.D., stressed the importance of taking research developments from the labs and applying them to patient care in the clinics.

After You

Advisory board members pave the way for positive care experiences for future patients

Leading Information

New consumer health web site launches for cancer patients

Cancer Video On Demand Launches Online Multimedia Library

Sharing Support

A story of friendship as a pair of cancer patients help each other heal

Caring for Your Spirit

Deacon Wayne Charlton offers conversation, prayer to Cancer Center patients