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For many women diagnosed with breast cancer, genetic testing can offer important information that might guide treatment choices. But studies have shown that only about half of women who could benefit receive genetic testing.
A new national study reveals major gaps in whether Americans over age 55 get help for their hearing loss—gaps that vary greatly with age, race, education and income.
In a new study of breast cancer patients who had breast reconstruction, researchers examine complications across the different types of surgeries.
A lawsuit filed against the University of Michigan for its policy against harassment and bullying "paints a false caricature" by mischaracterizing certain policies "while ignoring policy and practice that clearly reaffirm our deep and longstanding commitment to free speech," Mark S. Schlissel, president of the University of Michigan, said.
The development of an aggressive, early-onset form of colon cancer may come down to a single missing iron atom in a key DNA repair protein, according to researchers.
A new study from researchers at Michigan Medicine explores links between chronic joint inflammation and cognitive impairment.
Several pieces of legislation regarding opioid prescriptions have just gone into effect or will do so over the next several months, affecting health care providers across the state of Michigan. Other states may follow suit or may already have passed similar provisions.
Researchers have developed an online tool that helps people who care for those with dementia by helping them anticipate and respond to the behavioral and psychological symptoms of the illness.
What medical doctors wear may matter more than most doctors — or even patients — might think, say the researchers behind the largest-ever study of patient preferences for doctors’ attire.
Kentucky, New Mexico, Tennessee and New York have significantly reduced opioid dosages, according to a new University of Michigan study.