Life-Changing Decisions

The list containing the winners and the accompanying medical stories featured in the 2015 Top Docs issue.



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Meet metro Detroit’s best physicians, as selected in online balloting by their fellow M.D.s and D.O.s. The accompanying stories focus on overcoming adversity, including a dermatologist-led tattoo-removal program for gang members, an artist’s perseverance after losing his sight, and a cystic fibrosis patient running for her life. Plus, we highlight the choices women face regarding breast cancer, look at how Wayne State University’s Body Bequest Program is helping med students, and explore how end-of-life-care issues are part of a national dialogue.

 

The 2015 Top Docs List and Hospital Directory

The list containing the winners of our 15th annual Top Docs survey, as selected in online balloting by their fellow M.D.s and D.O.s.

From a Dark Place

After losing his sight, an artist's journey to reinvent his life is a lesson in overcoming obstacles

Extremely Personal Choices

More women opt for a double mastectomy, but does it really prevent anything?

Erasing the Past

In Southwest Detroit, a tattoo removal program helps former gang members leave stigma behind

Running For Her Life

Founder of Rock CF nonprofit fights back against genetic lung disease

Having 'The Conversation'

End-of-Life care issues are becoming part of the national dialogue

Life in the Cadaver Lab

For future doctors, Wayne State University's Body Bequest Program isn't all about death — it's about learning the science of healing

 

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