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Dear Breast Center Friend,
You are cordially invited to join us for an energizing virtual education event dedicated to breast cancer survivors and their caregivers. We will be discussing critical aspects of living well during and after a breast cancer diagnosis.
Join us from 10 am-12 pm [...]
If you are looking for a healthy breakfast, an "on the go" way to bring a snack or a meal along to appointments, or a creative way to change your eating habits, you may be interested in experimenting with smoothies. It can be a way to insert more fruits and [...]
Mayo Clinic invites you to join us on January 9-10, 2021 for an exciting online patient and caregiver symposium: Myeloma and You. Enjoy interactive discussions on the current landscape of myeloma, integrated approaches to care, survivorship, and daily life.
Please register by January 4, 2021 to reserve your virtual space at this innovative [...]
Article contributed by Mayo Clinic dietician, Jackie See
Sugar seems to be a major source of anxiety and fear for people with cancer. There is a myth circulating that sugar feeds cancer and that avoiding sugar will prevent the growth of cancer. To set things straight…sugar does not cause [...]
The holiday season is approaching and I’m sure you are as eager as I am to see family. I think of the relatives I don’t see as frequently; holidays are traditionally a time we gather and catch up with each other. I also look forward to visiting family members [...]