Screening rates for the hepatitis C virus remain low for baby boomers, a high-risk population for the disease. A Michigan Medicine specialist explains why testing is essential.
It took a nearly seven-hour surgery (called a Kasai procedure), but one tiny patient avoided the need for a liver transplant in his first year of life.
A family history of cancer had been a longtime fact of life for one Michigan Medicine nurse. After digging deeper — and being diagnosed herself — she learned why.
A sleep expert banished electronics from her bedroom for a week. It was difficult at times, but she emerged well-rested.