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Fall, 2012

Wound care service gives patients hope and wound management

Oncology care when you need it -- without the ER

What it takes for new drugs to be tested and reach patients

Eat for your health

Cancer medications taken by mouth may be more convenient and, in some cases, require less frequent doctor visits than intravenous treatments (infusion).

Paula Wishart is a cancer dodger. Thanks to the University of Michigan Cancer Genetics Clinic, she was diagnosed with Lynch Syndrome, a hereditary condition that greatly increases the chances of developing colon and other cancers earlier in life than what’s considered typical.

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

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