|CANCER & TREATMENTS FOR CANCER CENTER PATIENTS PREVENTION & RISK ASSESSMENT CLINICAL TRIALS & RESEARCH LIVING WITH CANCER|
Thrive, Spring, 2007
Strange Bedfellows: Cancer and SexRead Ask the Expert: Sex Matters for Cancer Patients, or go here for .pdf.
Listen to the full interview with Sallie Foley, director of the U-M Center for Sexual Health.
Working Through ItBalancing the Challenges of Cancer Treatment and Professional Life
Lessons LearnedAddressing Long-Term Side Effects of Cancer Treatment in the Classroom Learn more about cognitive late effects of childhood cancer treatment by reviewing the resource document, Pediatric Survivorship (view on-line). Or, go here for .pdf. go here for .pdf
Finding the Calm WithinGuided Imagery Offers Comfort, Strength
Listen to the guided imagery podcast. Or find out when you can join a group session in the Cancer Center's Patient & Family Center.
Fads Fade FastHealthy Eating Sticks
Learn more about how to spot a fad diet or try out some new recipes (opens as a .pdf document). To make an appointment with a Cancer Center dietician call 734-936-6000.
Research Round-UpPrint out the full published articles for each of the studies featured in our Research Round-Up. If you think they may apply to you, bring them to your next doctor's appointment:
Risks Outweigh Benefits of Aspirin in Preventing Colorectal Cancer, Study Finds
U-M Study Finds Esophagectomy Safe in Obese Patients
Therapy for Advanced Kidney Cancer Prolongs Life, Study Shows
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