This physician with ataxia doesn't know the word "quit."
Inspired by their little girl's dignity in dying, family creates a palliative care fund to teach health care providers to see the big picture of healing.
After being treated for 'innumerable' tumors on her liver, a baby girl and her family look forward to the joys of an ordinary life.
Colleagues and former patients honor renowned maternal-fetal medicine specialist Kirk Ramin, M.D., after he reluctantly relinquished his teaching and clinical duties at the University last April for health reasons.
A national, multipronged clinical study matches cancer patients with investigational treatments designed to attack their specific tumors.
A woman faced with colon cancer inspired thousands to give and get screened.
A little girl with a rare blood cancer receives a lifesaving bone marrow transplant—and a second chance at a full life—from her big brother.
On January 26, Diamond Awards guests heard how research at the U of M's Bob Allison Ataxia Research Center can change lives. Watch one family's story.
Community pitches in to make the holiday season one to remember for kids at U of M Masonic Children's Hospital.
Given months to live, a native Minnesotan comes back home and finds a new care team—and a more positive outlook.