A family history of cancer had been a longtime fact of life for one Michigan Medicine nurse.
Beth Uznis Johnson
Beth Uznis Johnson writes for the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center. She is the editor of Thrive, the award-winning lifestyle magazine for cancer patients. Beth has an MFA in fiction writing and has worked for 20 years in communication and marketing, both in agency and client-side roles.
If you have cancer, the treatment plan probably started with a pathologist’s review of your biopsy. Here’s what happened next.
A patient, family member and physician recall their actions and emotions when faced with a cancer diagnosis.
When he isn’t researching cancer cures, one U-M clinician finds similar gratification through photography.