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« R & R After Cancer | Main | What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient »

July 24, 2012

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Jan Baird Hasak

These are very helpful guidelines, Wendy. Thanks for helping survivors treat their bodies gently and kindly. xx

Katja Meier

Dear Wendy

This is a great resource, thanks a lot for posting it. On the same matter we've already been following the work of www.dietandcancerreport.org, but the ACS document is easier to consult.

Grazie
Katja

Isabel De Los Rios

The stuff you are writing blows out my mind.

Henry Reed

""What should I eat? What foods should I avoid? " Those are the two most common questions an individual would ask if they are diagnosed on such illness even if they are not diagnosed, only want to have a healthy life. It is not easy to deal with illness like cancer, as much as possible, we should at least the most nutritious food available in the world.

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