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Diet and Exercise

Brielle Urciuoli
After being diagnosed with a rare cancer, professional runner Gabriele Grunewald became inspired to start a nonprofit that raised awareness for other rare cancers and empowered those who have them.
Kevin Berry
Lets try positive motivation to improve our diet and exercise habits!
Kristie L. Kahl
If patients with colon cancer follow the previously-issued American Cancer Society guidelines on nutrition and physical activity, they can improve outcomes in to survivorship.
Kristie L. Kahl
In this episode, we’ll talk with founder Donna Deegan herself about the foundation and its efforts, as well as the foundation’s executive director Amanda Napolitano on how much they have raised so far, and we’ll hear from one very inspiring participant Hollis Youngner.
Heather Millar
If following a particular diet makes sense to you, and you can tolerate it, then by all means do so. But I beg you to remember that even unhealthy things won't kill you in moderation.
Khevin Barnes
It's simple, nontoxic and free. This cancer survivor shows you how to add a little lift to your life.
Kristie L. Kahl
Tony Beasley has spent years in the MLB as a third-base coach for the Texas Rangers. Little did he know his competitive nature and critical thinking would come in to play in his fight against stage 2 colorectal cancer. Since, Beasley has teamed up with Fight CRC as part of their One Million Strong Campaign to help others do one thing: Develop a mentality to fight.
 
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Do you believe in embracing a cancer-fighting diet?
Barbara Tako
Two-time cancer survivor discusses why sometimes she still has wine or cocktails.
Brielle Urciuoli
What happens when a 20-something finds a cancerous lump in her breast and is told to come back for a mammogram at the age of 40? For one group of CrossFit fanatics, it meant the launch of a nonprofit to raise money and spread awareness about breast cancer.
 
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