Cancer can damage undifferentiated naive T cells, which keeps the fighter cells from doing their job.
Cancer: Help, Diagnosis & Treatment
A surprisingly high number of cancer patients use opioids for months after curative-intent surgery, new research finds. What cancer care teams should know.
Suppressive Treg cells become even more suppressive when they die, a new study finds.
Acupressure can help reduce fatigue in breast cancer survivors. A new Michigan Medicine study analyzes how the brain reacts to different types of the therapeutic treatment.
Michigan Medicine experts discuss whether active surveillance — close monitoring without immediate treatment — could reduce overtreatment for some thyroid, prostate and breast cancer patients.
For adolescents and young adults with cancer, bouncing back to a regular social life after treatment doesn’t always happen without help, a new study finds.