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Winter, 2012

It's a frustrating fact: Preserving fertility for women who face cancer treatments that damage their reproductive organs is much more complicated than it is for men. But the options are slowly expanding for women who would like to build families after treatment.

10 ways to make better decisions about cancer care

Helping children cope with a parent's cancer diagnosis

BMT, pediatric cancer care moves to new C.S. Mott Hospital

Nutritional supplements and cancer treatment often don't mix

U-M offers one-on-one art therapy sessions for cancer patients and survivors with an art therapist. The sessions are designed to help patients increase self-awareness and cope with symptoms, stress and traumatic experiences.

Emily Mackler, Pharm.D., provides facts on treating cancer-related pain.