A new study finds breast cancer patients with an inherited genetic mutation don’t always get treatment that follows guidelines.
Fawcett leads a team of communicators who produce targeted, innovative communication for the Rogel Cancer Center’s research and clinical enterprises. Prior to Michigan Medicine, Fawcett was a reporter at the Detroit News and editor for a web-based community for people with disabilities.
A new retrospective study addresses the question of how often to screen for breast cancer, suggesting benefits to yearly screening.
A survey of Medical School faculty describes the impact of sexual harassment on physicians, helping leaders to outline paths to promote a culture of civility and respect.
More turnover of deans, department chairs would create opportunities for women and minorities to rise to leadership roles, increasing diversity, equity and inclusion within academic medicine, researchers suggest.
The finding suggests a potential target in the metabolism that could slow or prevent breast cancer metastasis.
Learning health care systems using electronic medical records for quality improvement and research should first seek patient consent.