New screening and assessment tool helps patients detect distress

Larry Opelt’s plan to ease into retirement took a turn Christmas 2011 when a pancreatic cancer diagnosis slowed him down. On a day he was feeling particularly down, a new Cancer Center screening and assessment tool helped caregivers identify his Read on! →

Staying cool despite hot flashes

Both men and women may experience hot flashes and sweating from their cancer or cancer treatment. In people with cancer, hot flashes are most commonly associated with lower hormone levels from breast cancer or prostate cancer treatment. Other types of Read on! →

Common Man to Ironman

Part 2

Robert Skorupski is a Spartan in Michigan territory and shares his story on how and why he decided to raise money for pancreatic cancer research at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center. You can find out more about his and his Read on! →

Common Man to Ironman

Part 1

  Robert Skorupski is a Spartan in Michigan territory and shares his story on how and why he decided to raise money for pancreatic cancer research at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center. You can find out more about his and Read on! →

The Engaged Patient: 10 things you can do to take charge of your medical care

The culture of medicine has changed: Gone are the days when doctors dispensed treatment with a paternalistic air. As medicine has advanced, patients have more choices about how they can approach their care. Combined with the vast amount of health Read on! →