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Diet and Exercise

Kristie L. Kahl
Exercise and nutrition are essential to improving a variety of facets revolving around the continuum of cancer — from prevention to diagnosis and treatment to survivorship care.
Shira Zwebner
Living a post-cancer lifestyle means including your medical history on a health declaration form and learning to deal with the consequences.
Justin Birckbichler
As a testicular cancer survivor, self-care through exercise is very important to me.
Kathryn Foster
If exercise were a medical treatment for cancer patients, I believe that doctors would prescribe it.
Heather Millar
While there has been no hard evidence that exercise can improve survival in patients with cancer, it can boost patients' mood and how they feel. 
Justin Birckbichler
My research revealed some surprising findings. What can we do to fix this?
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Yoga has a number of benefits for survivors who are recovering from cancer treatments.
Bonnie Annis
Keeping a healthy weight is vital for everyone, especially breast cancer survivors.
Brielle Urciuoli
Girls Gone Rx sponsors all-female fitness competitions to raise money for Bright Pink, a nonprofit that focuses on prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer.
 
Bonnie Annis
Alternative cancer treatment takes a moderate amount of effort, but this survivor thinks it's worth it.
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