Michigan Senate To Vote On Equal Coverage Of ChemotherapyAn effort to require health insurers to provide cancer patients the same coverage for oral drugs as for intravenous medications is expected to advance in the Michigan Legislature.
Work Moves Ahead On $25 Million Cancer Center In Port HuronThe first patient at the Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Port Huron is scheduled to be treated in July.
Michigan Senate Approves Bill To Cover Firefighters' Cancer BillsFirefighters with certain types of cancer might soon be able to charge the state for some of their medical expenses.
Bad News About Bacon: New Study Shows Processed Meats Cause CancerYou may want to think twice about consuming processed meats following some new findings by the World Health Organization.
Register To Be A Bone Marrow Donor, Save A LifeEvery three minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer,
Jimmy Carter Says He Has Cancer, Revealed By Recent SurgeryPresident Barack Obama says he and first lady Michelle Obama wish former President Jimmy Carter a fast and full recovery from cancer.
Participants Sought For Cancer Treatment StudyKarmanos Cancer Institute is teaming up with WSU as part of a national study focused on cancer treatments based on genetic markers in tumors.
Disgraced Cancer Doc Farid Fata Faces Sentencing; Prosecutors Seeking 175 Years In PrisonFata has the opportunity on Friday to speak to the judge and address his victims.
Gay Marriage Recognition For Man With Cancer Remains On HoldA western Michigan man stricken with cancer has failed to persuade a judge to order the state to recognize his New York same-sex marriage.
Doctor: Dietary Supplements May Actually Increase Risk Of CancerDietary supplements are advertised as a way to improve your health, but years of research shows they may do more harm than good.
Southfield-Based Martial Arts Program Helps Kids Kick CancerThe program helps sick kids learn techniques to manage stress, anxiety and pain stemming from their illnesses and medical treatments.
Scientists: Tumor-Causing Virus Widespread In Wild TurkeysWildlife biologists tracking a tumor-causing virus first diagnosed in eastern wild turkeys five years ago have found the virus is far more widespread — but less deadly — than expected.