Nearly 11 million Americans are cancer survivorsChances are, if you're visiting our web site, you know what it means to battle cancer personally. For some, that experience leads them to a different kind of fight: the fight for more resources and better public understanding of what it will take to cure cancer. At the University of Michigan, our patients are making their voices heard. Click below to read their stories.
- Steps of Hope
Cancer awareness walks raise more than money
- The Cancer Vote: Make your voice heard
5 Tips for Making Your Voice Heard
- Mrs. Cwiek goes to Washington
Six years ago, Becky Cwiek was a stay-at-home mom. Ask her what she does today, and it depends on which hat she's wearing at that moment: mom, breast cancer survivor, pharmacy technician or president of the fledgling Michigan Breast Cancer Coalition
- Patient advocates help shape cancer research agenda
Breast cancer survivors work together with U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers to develop better studies for patients.
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