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Pill splitting program of University of Michigan can save money

Pill splitting program developed by University of Michigan could save lot of money but pharmaceutical companies are not happy with the program as they feel that the new program will cause them heavy loss in profits.// ....The University of Michigan feels that the new program will help save lots of money to the health care industry and also to the health plan members as the drugs at different do...

Double Lung Transplant Man in Michigan Recovering

Michigan hospital authorities are heaving a sigh of relief. The much-awaited double lung transplant seems to have been successful. ...The 50-year-old man, as yet unnamed, is stable at the moment, but it would be several weeks before doctors can say confidently he has come through safely. ...It should have a most traumatic double lung transplant, for the surgeons that is. A team at University...

Advanced Cancer Treatment Brings New Hope to Michigan Patient

Beginning next week, thousands of Michigan patients will have a new -- virtually pain free -- defense in the fight against cancer. Saint Joseph Mercy Health System (SJMHS) announced today it will begin treating patients with the CyberKnife(R) Robotic Radiosurgery System on Wednesday, June 6th. ......This advanced radiosurgery system non- invasively treats cancers anywhere in the body, including...

New Food Allergy Clinic Opens at University of Michigan Health System

The rapid proliferation of children developing allergies to foods such as peanuts, tree nuts, milk and more has led the University of Michigan Health System to open a new clinic that will include a focus on the problem. ......Fodd allergeyThe new clinic at Dominos Farms in north Ann Arbor offers an expansion of food allergy services previously provided by U-M experts. The Allergy Specialty Cl...
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