An innovative new treatment is offering new hope for patients with several types of persistent or recurring cancer — with
Jessica Webster Sendra
Jessica Webster Sendra writes for The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, coordinating social media and media relations while telling the stories of doctors, patients and researchers. Jessica worked in public radio for 25 years. Prior to joining Michigan Medicine in 2017, she spent seven years as a print and digital journalist.
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