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November 2007
ON DIET, NUTRITION AND CANCER PREVENTION
Issue 17

Welcome from
Marilyn Gentry

Marilyn Gentry

This month’s AICR e.Newsletter takes up a little less room in your inbox than it usually does. That’s because we’ve all been working so hard on the launch of the AICR Expert Report. (If you haven’t heard about this report, take a look.) We’ll be back with a full issue next month--in the meantime, read about some important things the headlines missed, and enjoy five recipes to make your Thanksgiving healthier than ever.

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What the Research Says

The Expert Report: Behind the Headlines

A couple of weeks ago, the launch of AICR’s Second Expert Report led the evening news. But there’s a lot of information in the report--too much to fit easily into sound bites. Here’s a couple of things all those news reports missed.

Research On Your Plate

Thanksgiving Rewind

A casserole, three veggies and a healthy dessert: Try these five holiday-inspired dishes from AICR’s web-based Health-e-Recipes.


AICR GuidelinesAICR’s recommendations for cancer prevention have been simplified into three guidelines, which explain how the choices you make about food, physical activity and weight management can reduce your chances of developing cancer.

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