The method is called nano-delivery. It sends drugs directly to diseased cells in the lungs, without harming surrounding cells.
Families and advocates will be speaking at the Children’s Association Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Day.
There were some angry and emotional moments with people standing up and yelling from the audience. A mother called it poisoning by state policy.
That’s according to a poll conducted by the Michigan chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
A medical group out of Grand Rapids is working to improve a device that has historically been associated with complications.
Instead of searching out medical students, they asked for help from CMU’s schools of Entrepreneurship and Engineering. Continue reading
Patients with autism and Parkinson’s disease could use medical marijuana under a new effort to overhaul the system in Michigan.
Despite getting the go-ahead from a state board made up largely of physicians, Michigan will not allow autism patients to use medical marijuana.
A group that had hoped to legalize marijuana in 2016 will instead promote measures to regulate Michigan’s medical marijuana system.
The state is ramping up efforts to increase vaccination rates after Michigan ranked fourth-highest in the nation last year for vaccination waiver requests. Continue reading
Flu activity commonly peaks between December and February. But health officials say it can begin as early as October and last until May. Continue reading
CMU’s College of Medicine has been busy making sure that it’s second class of medical students begins work this fall with a full roster. Continue reading
MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland will now be better suited to handle trauma cases with its recently announced trauma center verification. Continue reading
While you’re watching out for ice this winter, consider looking for it in the contact list of your cell phone. A nationwide senior care agency, Visiting Angels, has launched a campaign called ICE a Cell Phone. Continue reading