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Diet and Exercise

Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Any thought about the future was initially difficult to manage, but I soon realized I was not going to waste any time I had left in my life and made it a mission to enjoy life with greater depth.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer survivor shares her dance on the risk continuum of the chemicals in our lives.
Bonnie Annis
Fat cells can harbor extra estrogen. With this in mind, doesn't it make sense for women affected by estrogen-fed cancer to become conscious of their weight?
Khevin Barnes
A breast cancer survivor ponders the dangers in a drink.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
If you are into giving gifts possibly consider giving yourself the gift of wellness by seeing a nutritionist before the year is over or to begin 2018 in a good direction.
Kristie L. Kahl
Malnutrition is common in patients with cancer, but there are steps that can be taken to avoid it.
Justin Chura, MD, discusses his initial approach to treating ovarian cancer. Anya Khomenko, survivor of ovarian cancer, advises patients on how to become educated on new therapeutic options and prepare for follow-up appointments.
CURE Staff
Join us today, Dec. 19, for our year-end #CureConnect tweet chat, where we will be diving into what our readers saw as the most important updates of the year. Maybe people were intrigued by the correlation between viruses and cancer, or maybe improving cancer survivorship was key this year.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
There are many ways to meditate, but I have learned there are some basic ways to support and promote healing by connecting with breath and mind. This aids in fighting feelings such as anxiety and depression when going through a cancer diagnosis.
Beth Fand Incollingo
Can a certain diet improve cancer outcomes?
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