Two studies highlight the important role of PCPs and their communication with patients at various stages of their cancer journeys.
Cancer Survivorship and Long-Term Follow-Up
Each year, first-year Michigan medical students are prepped for one of the most difficult tasks they’ll face in their field: breaking bad news.
A new study finds potential to help adolescents and young adults transition to healthy sex lives after cancer treatment ends.
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.
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.
For breast cancer patients, worry about recurrence is understandable. But up to a third of patients at low risk of distant recurrence overestimate their risk — and it’s affecting their quality of life.