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June 25, 2017

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May 22, 2017

Recent studies suggesting that colon cancer patients might improve their chances of survival if they eat nuts, maintain a healthy diet and exercise regularly, does not mean that patients can avoid chemotherapy, says Daniel Hayes, professor of medical oncology.

CBS News

May 19, 2017

"As soon as security is increased (in one place), it's the balloon effect — you grab one area and the flow goes to another area," said Jason De León, assistant professor of anthropology, who believes that a wall, like the fences that are in place now, won't deter immigrants already risking their lives to cross the border.


May 19, 2017

Bridgette Carr, clinical professor of law, says a state bill to dismiss charges against individuals forced or coerced into prostitution doesn't go far enough to address the issue of recognizing human trafficking victims as victims: "Unfortunately, in Michigan we haven't made the paradigm shift to recognizing people as victims because of what happened to them."

The Associated Press

May 19, 2017

"The Trump presidency has punctured many Americans' beliefs about their country's exceptionalism. U.S. democracy is not immune to backsliding. In fact, it now faces a challenge that extends well beyond Trump: sustaining … multiracial democracy," said Robert Mickey, associate professor of political science.

Christian Science Monitor

May 18, 2017

Thyroid cancer rates are on the rise and so are complications from surgery to treat thyroid cancer, according to a study by Maria Papaleontiou, assistant professor of endocrinology.


May 18, 2017

"These protests are reinforcing the current political cleavages in the country rather than breaking them down and trying to change the system. … In order for these new social movements to have an effect, they have to find a way to cut across these boundaries," said Michael Heaney, assistant professor of organizational studies and political science.

NBC News

May 18, 2017

Research by Terry Smith, professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, shows that the experimental drug teprotumumab significantly reduces the eye bulging associated with Graves' disease.


May 17, 2017

"Leadership is about influencing people and processes to accomplish a collective goal. So you can develop your leadership potential no matter what your current role is, by considering how you can influence and contribute more to your organization," said Sue Ashford, professor and chair of management and organizations.


May 17, 2017

Richard Norton, professor and chair of urban and regional planning, and of Program in the Environment, discussed the fluctuating levels of Lake Michigan and the impact on shoreline communities.

Michigan Radio

May 17, 2017

Jenna Goesling, assistant professor of anesthesiology, was quoted in an article about how untreated depression contributes to the opioid epidemic.

The Atlantic