A recent paper highlights concerns around access to medical treatment and medical rationing decisions for people with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan Medicine is renowned for groundbreaking clinical, basic science and medical educational research, with nearly 7,000 papers published annually by faculty and trainees. Here, Lab Notes highlights a selection of those articles in addition to ones covered as stories on the Michigan Health Lab blog.
Increasingly, scientists like those at the Rogel Cancer Center are using 3-D cell cultures to more closely model cancer cells in the body.
Study calls into question rush to use brain stimulation technology to treat Parkinson's and pain disorders.
A new study finds physicians and other health care professionals have different voting behaviors than other professions and the general public.
Pandemic and health issues are top of mind for the election, and changes to reproductive health funding are unpopular among people ages 14-24.
A new national policy was created to make determining who receives a heart transplant more fair. But new data shows it changed some practice patterns, too.