A new study aims to help doctors pinpoint the progression of bowel damage — and keep patients out of the hospital.
Rene Wisely is a contributing writer to Michigan Health and the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute at the University of Michigan. She has written for a variety of publications and Fortune 500 companies in several industries, including health care, higher education, automotive, retail and technology. Previously, she was a business reporter at The Detroit News and assistant editor at Crain Communications’ Detroit Monthly magazine.
Using his 3-D design training, a Michigan Medicine patient works with his doctor to improve a common tool for IBD patients.
Several health issues tied to liver disease can be managed or treated before they lead to cirrhosis or cancer.
A gastroenterologist explains how patients with active inflammatory bowel disease can get early access to newer, potentially better treatments — for fre
Michigan Health News Right to Your Inbox
News From Michigan Health Lab
Read about Michigan Medicine’s latest research and medical breakthroughs on our science-driven sister blog.