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The perfect diet for cancer patients and healthy nutrition have always been a hotly debated, controversial topic.
A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer carries with it an often unfathomable prognosis. Pancreatic cancer patients face complicated decisions pertaining quality of life issues as well as life expectancy. For many pancreatic cancer patients, life prolongation becomes a principal issue.
What I am going to report here is by no means a panacea that will fix all problems, but it might be crucial knowledge that sufferers from pancreatic cancer and their loved ones can wrap their heads around and work with.
I am going to use a fictional set of identical twins “Alice” and Allyson,” to highlight the exciting impact the original study by Dalal et al.  could have on life extension for pancreatic cancer patients. [Read more…]
Revealed… at least in the Petri dish1. We’ll get back to that in a couple of paragraphs.
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Cancer patients and their healthcare providers need reliable cancer diet information. How so? A recent paper published by Champ et al.2 highlights the predicament faced by cancer patients as well their primary-care physicians to find good, reliable information on diet and cancer.
I will not go in much detail, but out of 21 National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) institutions, only four (19%) provided cancer diet guidelines. One third (7) of all NCCN sites linked to nine external websites. Only 44% of the external sites offered cancer diet guidelines to cancer patients2. [Read more…]
Breast cancer patients ask me about specific dietary supplements to use during their journey through cancer quite a bit. One of the complaints I hear sometimes is that patients’ physicians are exceedingly vague in rendering nutrition advice, many discourage the use of dietary supplements during chemotherapy, and then there are those who advocate the use of nutritional supplements during chemotherapy. So what is a person to do? Look at the evidence, right? [Read more…]
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S. Annually more than 2 million people are treated for basal cell or squamous cell skin cancer. Basal cell skin cancer is the most common form of skin cancer (National Cancer Institute, 2011).
You might find the following information, just published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition practical. The article details provided below might give you more information when considering all options for the prevention or treatment of skin cancer. [Read more…]