Life sciences, hospitals, legislation, medical research and pharmaceuticals
Compound reduces spread of cancerous cells by 85-90 percent in tests.
A recent discovery by Michigan State University College of Human Medicine researchers may lead to a breakthrough in treating melanoma. Read More
Students will perform clinical work at beginning of education rather than at the end.
Striving to remain at the forefront of medical innovation, the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine implemented a new curriculum, which turns the previous format on its head. Read More
Addiction specialist Sandy Dettmann turns life around after chronic illnesses had her living out of her car, struggling for her life.
Just a little more than five years ago, Dr. Sandy Dettmann was living out of her car, eating her meals at Mel Trotter Ministries and re-learning her multiplication tables. Read More
Grand Rapidians like to exert themselves. Read More
Ending a nationwide search, a local behavioral health provider has found its new hospital medical director. Read More
Throughout my long career, I had the privilege of knowing and working with many fine hospital trustees. They are the people who set the policies that govern a hospital’s operations. They advocate for the hospital in the community. Hopefully, they advocate for the community to the hospital. Also, they are the ones who approve the prices patients and insurers are charged by their system. Read More
A sports company is adding a physical therapy, athletic training and wellness organization at one of its facilities. Read More