Rose Mary Worthen wasn’t expected to live more than a year after her diagnosis.
Jessica Webster Sendra
Jessica Webster Sendra writes for The University of Michigan Comprehensive 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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Emotional distress associated with cancer can be debilitating for patients and their families.
Steps taken before starting cancer treatment can preserve a patient’s ability to have children. A Michigan Medicine doctor explains.
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