University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center


Neuroblastoma is a rare disease in which a solid tumor is formed by nerve cells called neuroblasts. Instead of functioning normally, in children with neuroblastoma, these cells become cancer cells instead. The Solid Tumor Oncology Program at University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital is one of the nation's largest multidisciplinary programs caring for children with solid tumors. Because our team of pediatric specialists treats so many children with complex solid tumors, we are particularly well versed in the treatment of these conditions and have special expertise in even the most rare tumors. Learn more at


Rose Ireland-Black takes overcoming her fears head on, whether it's being afraid of flying or pancreatic cancer. Her determination to find out what was wrong with her when she knew something was not right brought her to Diane Simeone, M.D. at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center. Find out more about pancreatic cancer at the University of Michigan at


U-M expert says counseling, screening for genetic predisposition to colon cancer can save lives.


A U-M Comprehensive Cancer Patient tells the story of her treatment for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma at the University of Michigan Health System.


Heather is a breast cancer survivor and describes her experience with Sofia D Merajver, M.D., Ph.D. and University of Michigan Health System Comprehensive Cancer Center


As cancer care begins to address the emotional needs of patients, a new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center shows that its important to address the caregivers emotional needs as well.

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Volunteer, LeElla Flake, making a difference in breast cancer research and treatment through a University of Michigan clinical study. Visit for more information on breast cancer clinical studies.


Learn why Dr. Wicha and other researchers at the Comprehensive Cancer Center believe stem cells are key to treating advanced breast cancer.