Read the latest issue of Thrive

The latest issue of Thrive, the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center’s patient publication, is now available online.

Check out our cover story about options available to women who would like to start a family after cancer treatment has impaired their fertility. The issue also features stories about helping children cope with their parents’ cancer diagnoses and 10 ways to make better decisions about cancer care. Our dietitians weigh in on popular supplements, and our art therapist discusses the benefits of spending time on creative projects.

Visit Thrive online at mCancer.org/thrive. Take time to browse our archive, too.

Most wanted supplements

Marketing claims for nutritional supplements can be lofty — and misleading. What’s lurking inside those bottles — cancer killers? Or con artists?

University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center dietitians Nancy Burke, R.D., Joan Daniels, R.D., and Daniel Karsies, R.D., M.S., say the best bet for cancer prevention is a healthy diet. Nevertheless, we know many of our patients have questions about supplements. Get the lowdown on 10 commonly linked to cancer prevention.