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“What about diet?” A qualitative study of cancer survivors' views on diet and cancer and their sources of information

Beeken, R.J. et al. (2016) European Journal of Cancer Care. 25(5). pp. 774–783

Given the abundance of misreporting about diet and cancer in the media and online, cancer survivors are at risk of misinformation.

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E-book Status

Next up finding an another freelancer on Fiverr to create the layout for the book. Have any of you folks used Fiverr for any of your projects? I’m hooked.

Cancer Survivors Eating Less Healthy than General Population

Population ages 1 year and older with intakes below the recommendation or above the limit for different food groups and dietary components.

Thriving After Cancer

That was a Long Nap...

Hi Guys and Gals,

Some of you might have been thinking about where I went! I’m here! The last blog post ended where I’m about right now. 297 more words

The Alabama Project at Loyola

Gradually, I’m settling back into Alabama time and writing about the amazing experiences I had this summer in Poland and back in Illinois. One highlight was the trip to the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center at Loyola University’s Medical Center to deliver some of The Alabama Project photos and to present background on the project during a reception there. 166 more words


Fight As One - One In The Fight

On August 20th-21st, I’ll virtually join my US friends participating in the 24 hours of Booty Columbia event by running and cycling as many loops around my neighborhood as I can during a 24 hour time period. 420 more words


5 Common Mental Errors That Sway You From Making Good Decisions

I like to think of myself as a rational person, but I’m not one. The good news is it’s not just me — or you. We are all irrational. 1,784 more words

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