To combat growing eye problems and treatment disparities in communities of color, a U-M effort works to foster a more diverse group of eye care providers.
Hospitals & Centers
A new multi-institutional project is studying cancer biology and care to identify why minority children have worse cancer outcomes compared to their white peers.
Immunotherapy cancer drugs can cause a potentially vision-robbing side effect. In a new report, Michigan Medicine experts discuss the risks and what oncologists should know.
Medication for diabetic eye disease is crucial, but it’s hard to tell in advance when and how often patients might need it. New research aims to provide insight.
Promoting curiosity may be a valuable approach to boosting academic performance, particularly for low-income children, a new analysis finds.
Childhood lead exposure was a problem in Flint long before the water crisis, but young children’s exposure to the toxin has been steadily declining since 2006.