cancer

  1. December 15, 2021

    $30M gift to establish the Ronald Weiser Center for Prostate Cancer

    Regent Ron Weiser has committed $30 million to Michigan Medicine to establish the Ronald Weiser Center for Prostate Cancer, an innovative, patient-focused program in prostate cancer.

  2. October 25, 2021

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  3. June 8, 2020

    A look at COVID-19 research and activity across U-M

    A look at COVID-19 research and activity across U-M.

  4. May 26, 2020

    App calculates risk of delaying cancer care during pandemic

    A team of data scientists and cancer doctors developed the OncCOVID app, which compares the risk to a cancer patient from postponing care with the additional risk posed by potential COVID-19 infection.

  5. December 5, 2019

    Michigan Medicine to lead Cancer Network of West Michigan

    A new initiative to integrate cancer care services in west Michigan will soon give patients broader access to comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and support across leading health care institutions.

  6. October 23, 2019

    School of Dentistry awarded $3.8M ‘Cancer Moonshot’ research grant

    Three U-M faculty members are lead collaborators on research into new cancer prevention therapies that are funded by a $3.8 million federal grant and part of the national Cancer Moonshot Initiative.

  7. September 30, 2019

    Screening for lung cancer based on risk could save lives

    Changing the way individuals are selected to be screened for lung cancer could prevent 14 percent of lung cancer deaths per year, according to a group that includes researchers from the School of Public Health.

  8. September 23, 2019

    U-M, Karmanos receive $9.2M grant for prostate cancer research

    Michigan’s two elite cancer programs — U-M’s Rogel Cancer Center and the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute — received a $9.2 million National Cancer Institute grant to fight prostate cancer.

  9. April 15, 2019

    HPV rates up for women under 40, boosting cancer risk

    Human papillomavirus infection rates are increasing in women born after 1980 who did not receive the HPV vaccine — putting them at higher risk for HPV-related cancers, according to a U-M study.