2013 Top Docs: Faces of Healing

The list containing the winners, and accompanying medical stories focued on diabetes, the shortage of organs for transplantation, and more.



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The accompanying medical stories focus on diabetes, the shortage of kidneys
and other organs for transplantation, a student-staffed clinic, and more.

Top Docs List 2013

This list contains the winners, as selected in online balloting by their fellow M.D.s and D.O.s.

Back from the Brink

Singer-songwriter Stewart Francke pens a new  chapter about his victory over cancer

The Kidney Crisis

Myths about organ donation and transplantation are still contaminating the real issues behind a silent health problem

Clinical Salvation

One medical care center in Detroit run entirely by medical students is bringing hope to thousands of Detroit’s uninsured

Speaking of Intimacy...

Two local professionals gain national attention with studies on sex and its impact on healthy, happy relationships

A Matter of Mortality

Death cafés help people make the most of life

The Sugar State

Obesity tends to overshadow Michigan’s true No. 1 killer — diabetes. The main problem? How we live our lives every day.

 

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