Question to ask your doctor, links to resources and support groups for cancer patients, as well as AICR brochures, DVDs and online tools for cancer patients and caregivers.
Evidence-based answers for cancer patients about managing diet and side effects of cancer treatment, as well as AICR brochures, DVDs and online tools for cancer patients and caregivers.
Practical, reliable advice on what to eat and how to get active again once your cancer treatment is over. Support groups, recipes and tips for healthy, everyday changes that may lower risk for cancer recurrence and secondary cancers. Also find AICR brochures, DVDs and online tools for cancer survivorship.
A free information kit to help cancer patients and their caregivers understand more about cancer and its treatment options, and find the resources available to help overcome this disease.
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Cancer Patient and Survivorship news from AICR publications.
Dietitian and cancer survivor Diana Dyer, MS, RD
Our new DVD, Food for the Fight, answers questions about what to eat and how to live during, and long after, cancer treatment.
Features cooking demonstrations, patient stories, and interviews with Drs. Mehmet Oz and Walter Willett.
Try AICR's healthy, cancer-protective recipes.
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