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Eight ways to take care of yourself and your cancer

Nutrition plays a pivotal role during treatment and recovery of cancer but maintaining a healthy diet can be a challenge. Nausea, dry mouth, changes in the way food tastes and fatigue are some of the challenges people undergoing cancer treatment face when it comes to eating well. In order to assist with these challenges, we put together eight ways to care of yourself and your cancer.

Get our eight tips on better nutrition during cancer treatment.

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