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There might actually be a thing as too much reality.As Kathleen Emmets [...]

Posted by @kelseydm, Jul 28, 2015

There might actually be a thing as too much reality.As Kathleen Emmets was undergoing cancer treatment in New York over the past few years, her weight began to drop. Even though she was often nauseous and paralyzed by chemotherapy-induced neuropathy, she joked that thinness was the “bonus of cancer,” and found herself looking in the mirror and admiring her deep and hollow collarbone…“There needs to be more research in these areas so that people are aware of patients’ histories when it comes to their prior problems with eating, and finding ways to help them,” said Dr. Aminah Jatoi, an oncologist who has incorporated nutrition in her 16 years of work treating cancer patients at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.

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