The marriage of immune science and cancer research may improve survival rates for some individuals with rare cancers. A groundbreaking U-M scientist explains more.
Serotonin may motivate fruit flies to search for protein-rich foods. This, in turn, may explain something about how food affects longevity.
U-M researchers are investigating a new immunotherapy drug for AML in children — one with a built-in "safety switch" in case unexpected adverse reactions occur.
Antidepressants are necessary for many with major depressive disorder, but response times and remission rates are a problem. U-M researchers find sleep might help.
A metabolic cross-talk pathway between cancer and noncancer cells in pancreatic tumors delivers an alternative nutrient to the cancer cells, facilitating tumor growth.
Advances in funding and technology have boosted the profile (and potential) of gene mutation study. But the movement has also magnified gaps and incomplete claims.