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Diet and Exercise

Jessica Skarzynski
In this week’s episode of the CURE Talks Cancer podcast, oncology dietitian Rachel Wong shares some insight into the dietary modifications patients with cancer can make to ensure they maintain their nutrition and stay healthy through their treatment and beyond.


 
Jessica Skarzynski
This healthy faux-ice cream recipe from the oncology dietitians at the John Theurer Cancer Center will be sure to provide our readers with some much-needed relief from the summer heat.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
CURE®’s summer recipe series continues with a simple three bean vegetable chili recipe that's loaded with protein and fiber.
 
Laurie Hatch
In an interview with CURE, Lutheran Medical Center oncology patient navigator Laurie Hatch explains the best ways for patients with cancer and survivors to restart their exercise routine and the best ways to get moving again and combat side effects from treatment like fatigue. 
Rachel Wong, RD, CSO, LD
Rachel J. Wong, an oncology dietitian from Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, has some helpful tips on what patients and survivors can stock their pantry with to avoid stress eating and stay healthy through the pandemic and beyond.
 
Laurie Hatch
The role of exercise in the cancer journey can provide its own form of medicine, explains one expert in an interview with CURE.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
Light bites packed with vegetables, fruits and nuts take minimal time but offer major flavor and nutrition.
Rachel J. Wong, RD, CSO, LD.
For patients with cancer and survivors getting out to get the groceries becomes a tougher chore during a pandemic, but according to this oncology dietician you can find certain foods that will last on your shelf and keep you healthy.
 
Jeannette Moninger
Research links the two diseases, a double whammy that raises even more health risks, but survivors can manage the chronic condition.
 
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