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Issue 32 | March 2009
AICR Guidelines Trefoil News Break
Preventing Colon Cancer, One Step at a Time
Colon cancer is one of the most common – yet most preventable – types of cancer. (How preventable? Take our survey to find out!) To mark National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month, here’s how you can reduce your risk, starting today.

Colon/Rectum in toroso x-ray

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Tired of the Same Routine? Try Something Different
Group Work Out If your exercise routine has lost its zip -- or simply never quite made it off your ‘to do’ list -- here’s a few relative newcomers to the activity scene that may get you excited to get moving.

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Budget Bites for Good Health
Produce Market You can survive tough economic times without sacrificing good nutrition. Try these simple strategies for finding healthy bargains on your next grocery jaunt..

Icon: diet From AICR's test kitchen
Warm Up with Tandoori Spinach
Tandoori Spinach Nothing says spring like fresh spinach and scallions – but in case you’re looking for a unique taste twist, try AICR’s Tandoori Spinach.

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"Each Day Was Better Than the Last"
Jeff Le Team AICR An inspiring story about how one AICR supporter fought through adversity and turned the tide on adult weight gain.
Take the March quiz on colon cancers
AICR Guidelines for Cancer Prevention

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AICR Logo Today the American Institute for Cancer Research:
- Funds research on the relationship of nutrition, physical activity and weight management to cancer risk;
- Interprets the accumulated scientific literature in the field; and
- Educates people about choices they can make to reduce their chances of developing cancer.

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