The Key to Research is Collaboration
Through our focus on team science and research excellence, we aim to be a national leader in cancer prevention, early diagnosis, optimal treatment and survivorship care.Read About Our Research Programs
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Everyone has a story. And those stories help show the different influences on each person’s life, helping to build empathy, challenge stereotypes and create a more inclusive environment. That’s the basis of a new DEI initiative the Rogel Oncology Clinical Trials Support Unit, or OCTSU, has started. DEI Storytelling gives a platform for team members to share their personal journey, anecdotes or reflections, with an emphasis on topics that may not be widely understood by all staff.Read More >
Rogel Cancer Center faculty and trainees will lead more than three dozen presentations, posters and moderated sessions at the American Society of Hematology 2023 annual meeting. This year’s meeting will be held in-person and virtually in San Diego, California. Find a list of U-M presenters and other resources for attendees.Read More >
For men with a type of low-risk early prostate cancer, surveillance can be an option over immediate treatment. To help providers and patients make more informed decisions about safely choosing surveillance, Rogel Cancer Center researcher Simpa Salami, M.D., M.P.H., received a $1.14 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to answer lingering questions about the biology of these early prostate cancers.Read More >
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We are a comprehensive cancer center
Designated by the National Cancer Institute, we follow a team-based approach to cancer not only in patient care but also in research and education.Learn More About What Sets Us Apart
Thrive: Living with Cancer
After learning she had stage 4 colon cancer, Kat Forsythe came to the Rogel Cancer Center. Given her tumor type, she choose immunotherapy for her treatment and credits it with saving her life.
Radiologists are the “ones behind the curtain” when it comes to the discovery of cysts, tumors, and cancer diagnoses. Most radiologists go unacknowledged for their early detection of life-threatening...
For patients with cancer receiving infusion therapy for the first time, the process may seem daunting. Cancer survivors who received treatment at the Rogel Cancer Center and infusion nurses...
Forgetfulness, trouble concentrating, difficulty multitasking — about 1 in 3 patients experience mental changes following cancer treatment. Researchers have been giving the topic serious study...