Surgeon attitudes were the biggest driver of likelihood that patients receive contralateral prophylactic mastectomy, a new study finds.
A new poll finds widespread oral health issues among people in their 50s and early 60s, especially among those who lack dental insurance.
Stillbirth and early infant death are devastating and often sudden events for families. Who delivers the news — and how they do it — can have lasting effects on a mother’s mental health.
FDA approves CAR T-cell therapy, a state-of-the-art immune-therapy trial to target childhood leukemia. Mott is the only certified treatment center in Michigan and one of a select few in the country to offer it.
Noninvasive tests haven’t replaced liver biopsies, but they have sharply reduced the need for them. Two Michigan Medicine experts examine the debate in a new paper.
Worry about recurrence and radiation more often lead women to weigh double mastectomy.