Thrive Archive

Winter, 2009

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Finding Hope in Science

Phase 1 clinical trials offer options when standard treatment isn't a choice

Fall, 2009

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Most Wanted Supplements

Are They Cancer Killers or Frauds? What You Need to Know

Summer, 2009

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Take a Mental Vacation

Our guide to the best in distractions

Spring, 2009

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On the Other Side of Cancer

Survivors talk about the challenges of life after cancer

Winter, 2008

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Learning to Choose

How to make the right medical decisions for you

Fall, 2008

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How celebrity images impact our view of cancer

Keeping Up Appearances: How celebrity images impact our view of cancer

Summer, 2008

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Mind-Body Connection

Explore complimentary medicine

Spring, 2008

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Life, Interrupted

Facing cancer in the prime of youth

Fall, 2007

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A Reason to Celebrate

Seven ways to simplify the holidays.

Summer, 2007

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From Patient to Participant

When Teresa Singh was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 1996, her oncologist recommended the standard course of treatment: a combination of chemotherapy and radiation. But in researching her disease, Singh learned the likelihood of her cancer returning within 18 months was high. And if a recurrence was treated successfully, it was still likely to come back yet again. Standard treatment just didn't seem like the right choice for Singh, so she started looking for other options.