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Literature suggests dietary changes contribute to healthy gut microbiota and weight lossIn an invited review article recently published in the medical journal, “Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care,” Research Professor Zora Djuric, Ph.D. of the Department of Family Medicine found that by including more fiber, plant-based foods, omega-3 fatty acids and whole grains, people can mitigate the adverse health effects of high fat diets and obesity on their microbiome.Read More >
Rogel Cancer Center attends ASCO's annual meetingRogel Cancer Center faculty and trainees will lead two dozen presentations, posters and moderated sessions at the American Society for Clinical Oncology annual meeting. This year’s meeting will be held in-person and online. View the schedule of presentations and poster sessions.Read More >
Experts discuss advances in thyroid cancer diagnosis and treatmentAfter years in the shadow of more common cancers, there’s new light for patients with thyroid cancer. Increased use of neck ultrasounds has driven up the number of people globally who are diagnosed with thyroid cancer, which has brought new attention to the disease. It’s now the ninth most common cancer worldwide.Read More >
Visiting Rogel Cancer Center
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Thrive: Living with Cancer
You're curious about art therapy, but you live too far away from the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center to try a session. Or maybe that group session of guided imagery just won't fit into...
Harry Robins, now 71, got the shock of his life in July 2014 when he learned about the surgery he needed to treat the squamous cell tongue cancer that showed signs of spreading. The surgery was way...
Each of us is challenged in some way, be it our health, our work situation, or our interpersonal relationships. Living with any chronic illness takes courage, perseverance, and acceptance. Below are...
For all our patients, we look at nutrition, pain management and range of motion, and may order tests or treatments to optimize patients’ ability to move and reduce pain or fatigue. Our goal is to...