The best bet for cancer prevention is a healthy diet. Nevertheless, we know many of our patients have questions about supplements. Here's the lowdown on 10 commonly linked to cancer prevention.
Cancer Center dietitians answer questions about soy -- when it's safe and when it's unsafe to add to the diet. Some studies have shown that young, prepubescent girls may benefit from eating soy to prevent breast cancer later in life, eating soy may actually promote breast cancer risk in some older, post-menopausal women
The hope beads are helpful in getting kids to talk about their emotions. They help kids regain a sense of control. They also give them a tangible representation of what they've been through. Often, kids take their hope beads to school to show friends. This program is now offered through C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.
All of the videos created for the U-M Rogel Cancer Center are available on the Michigan Medicine YouTube channel; as well as throughout the mcancer.org website.