A small device implanted under the skin can improve breast cancer survival by catching cancer cells, slowing the growth of tumors.
As scientists learn more about which genetic mutations drive different cancers, they’re targeting treatments to small numbers of patients -- with the potential for big payoffs in improved outcomes. But a recent study suggests this new science might be leaving racial and ethnic minorities behind.
U.S. News & World Report rankings places the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center ranks first in Michigan.
Women who engaged on social media after a breast cancer diagnosis expressed more deliberation about their treatment decision and more satisfaction with the path they chose, a new study finds.
More imaging after thyroid cancer treatment identifies recurrence, but it does not always improve survival, a new study suggests.
When a woman is diagnosed with the earliest stage of breast cancer, how aggressive should her treatment be?
For many young women diagnosed with cancer, concerns about fertility can be so important they influence critical decisions about treatment.
Acupressure helped reduce persistent fatigue in women who had been treated for breast cancer, a new study finds. Fatigue is one of the most common long-term effects of breast cancer treatment. About a third of women experience moderate to severe fatigue up to 10 years after their treatment ends.
The University of Michigan was selected to participate in the Oncology Care Model.
A $17.5 million commitment for cancer research from Madeline and Sidney Forbes of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., will create the Forbes Institute for Cancer Discovery within the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center.