Breast cancer survivors reported improvements in depression, pain, anxiety and sleep after self-administered acupressure.
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.
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