Acupressure can help reduce fatigue in breast cancer survivors. A new Michigan Medicine study analyzes how the brain reacts to different types of the therapeutic treatment.
Cancer progression can be spurred by TGF-beta pathway signaling, and Michigan Medicine researchers have found a way to stop the signal from turning green.
A new study uncovers changes in the makeup of the cardiac intensive care unit as more patients are primarily diagnosed with noncardiac conditions.
A new preclinical study found that a brief period of extended wakefulness before surgery enhances pain and prolongs recovery time after surgery.
New U-M research has shown that pluripotent stem cells can self-organize into a structure similar to the amniotic sac, an early stage of human development. The discovery could be used to study why pregnancies fail.
Patients with different chronic pain diagnoses recorded similar brain changes, a new study finds, suggesting a need for new treatment approaches.