Who gets hooked on drugs and who stays clean? New research identifies some differences in vulnerability to cocaine addiction and relapse.
A biomarker associated with basal cell carcinoma may help signal which tumors will be more aggressive, a new U-M study finds.
U-M researchers report a new understanding of the enzyme P-Rex1, a step toward novel drug therapies to help stop the spread of certain cancers.
Categorizing non-life-threatening thyroid tumors separately from more aggressive thyroid cancers could change patients’ lives for the better, researchers say.
Imaging to measure the development of a child’s brain networks might someday help predict who’s at risk for ADHD.