Hannah Schweitzer

Hannah Schweitzer is a student at Boston University studying Advertising and Film & Television. She is proud to have been born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan. When she isn’t in class, she is performing improv comedy and teaching a middle school class with the Boston non-profit Mediagirls. The class teaches girls to challenge media’s impossible beauty standards and harness the power of media for positive change.

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Mental Health May Predict Pain Levels After Breast Cancer Treatment
One of the most common lingering challenges of breast cancer treatment might be linked to past trauma, underscoring the need to address mental and physical health.
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Treating Nerve Pain After Chemotherapy: An Option That Works
Learn about treating nerve pain caused by chemotherapy, including how the antidepressant duloxetine may help cancer patients find relief and reverse neuropathy.
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Finding Cancer Prevention Clues in Foreign Diets, Lifestyles
A Michigan Medicine researcher traveled the globe looking for cancer prevention clues in foreign diets. See what she found out about the link between diet and cancer.
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Choosing a Cancer Doctor: 9 Things to Know
If you've been diagnosed with cancer, picking a doctor can feel overwhelming. Michigan Medicine shares 9 tips to be informed and proactive when choosing an oncologist.