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Fighting cancer from your kitchen

Limonene, found in oranges is able to kill lung cancer cells.

Oncology Targets

and therapeutics. 2018

 

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Celery is rich in Luteolin, a flavonoid that induces self-destruction of breast cancer cells.

Phytomedicine. 2019

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Quercetin, abundant in red onions, inhibits the growth of ovarian, kidney and pancreatic cancer cells.

Journal of ovarian research.2019

 

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Organic Vegetables

Caffeic acid, bountiful in artichokes and apples, inhibits bladder carcinoma cell lines. 

Biomedical Journal 2021

 

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Clover has the highest concentration of Eugenol, a broad spectrum anticancer compound.

Molecules 2021

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Cucumbers have plenty of cucurbitacin E, which halts proliferation of Colon cancer cells.

Journal of Agricultural and food chemistry 2022

 

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Caregivers
Caregivers
Support for Caregivers

Post-traumatic stress symptoms in long-term disease-free cancer survivors and their family caregivers.

The experience of cancer is highly stressful and potentially traumatic. We assessed the presence of Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms (PTSS) in long-term cancer survivors and their caregivers, while examining the association between PTSS and clinical, demographic and psychological variables in the long term.

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Young adult cancer caregivers' exposure to cancer misinformation on social media

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Factors associated with resilience in spousal caregivers of patients with cancer:

An integrative review

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Quality of life of family caregivers of people with cancer in palliative care

 

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Survivors
Survivors 

Growth Hormone Deficiency and Treatment in Childhood Cancer Survivors

 

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Pain Among Cancer

Survivors

 

 

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Physical activity for pediatric cancer survivors

 

 

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Cancer Survivorship: A new Normal

presented by the National Cancer Institute

The end of cancer treatment is often a time to rejoice. Most likely you're relieved to be finished with the demands of treatment. You may be ready to put the experience behind you and have life return to the way it used to be.

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Cancer Survivorship Issues

presented by the National Cancer Survivors Day

Thanks to advances in cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, and follow-up care, more people than ever before are surviving the disease. In America alone, more than 16.9 million people are alive today after being diagnosed with cancer.

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Interventions to Improve Sexual Health in Women Living with and Surviving Cancer: Review and Recommendations

Cancers 2021

Sexual health, both physical and psychological, is a common concern and unmet need among women with and surviving cancer. To guide clinical care and future research to improve sexual function and satisfaction in women with cancer, we performed a narrative review of interventions for sexual health concerns including sexual function, body image, genitourinary symptoms, and hot flashes. Relevant investigations conducted in the US and abroad published between 2005 and 2020 were reviewed (n = 91). Recommendations for future research in this area are also offered

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Learning
Learning Center

What is chemotherapy?

by

the American Cancer Society 

Immunotherapy to Treat Cancer

by

the National Cancer Institute 

How cancers grow

by

Cancer Research UK

Radiation Therapy for Cancer

by

the National Cancer Institute 

Stereotactic body radiotherapy

by

the Mayo Clinic 

Understanding Targeted Therapy

by

Cancer.Net 

Types of Surgery for Cancer Treatment

by

Stanford Health Care 

Chemotherapy Side Effects

by

CancerCare

Sexual Health, Intimacy, and Cancer

by

Dana-Farber

Cancer institute

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