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CBSSM, in conjunction with the UM Risk Science Center, is pleased to release A free, tailorable, embeddable generator of the type of icon array ("pictograph") risk graphics that CBSSM researchers have long used and built an evidence base to support.
A new $13.6 million program award from the National Cancer Institute awarded to a national team of researchers centered at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center will examine how patients make treatment decisions, how doctors make treatment recommendations and how to improve the process for better outcomes.

Dr. Darin Zahuranec, assistant professor of neurology and CBSSM Investigator, was quoted in an article on about his study on hypertension and brain-bleed strokes.

Scott Kim, MD, PhD, has been honored by the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine with its 2012 Research Award.
Susan Goold was recently elected Vice Chair of the AMA Council on Ethical and Judician Affairs (CEJA). CEJA is tasked with developing ethics policy for the AMA; it prepares reports analyzing timely ethical issues that confront members of the medical profession.

CBSSM Director, Reshma Jagsi was recently interviewed for the LA Times article, "Will medicine be the next field to face a sexual harassment reckoning?" This article discusses her 2014 survey on sexual harassment and gender bias in academic medicine, as well as her recent article on the #MeToo movement as it relates to medicine in the New England Journal of Medicine.

A study by CBSSM's Scott Roberts and colleagues about 23andMe customers' reactions to Alzheimer's risk results was recently cited in HeraldNet.
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