Our research team is dedicated to helping people who have been diagnosed with cancer live healthier, longer lives. We lead studies on modifiable factors, like diet and exercise, to identify what practices may improve quality of life or clinical outcomes. Below are evidence-based resources that we have developed for patients and the general public.
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Being active is one of the most important things you can do for your overall wellbeing. The resources below include evidence-based recommendations from our team and an exercise planning worksheet to help you get started, and maintain, a regular exercise routine!
Food choices impact our overall health and may affect cancer risk and survival. The resources below provide evidence-based recommendations and tips from our team for eating well.
Maintaining a healthy diet and regular exercise can be challenging, especially during treatment. The resources below provide additional tips and recommendations for eating well and exercising during and after cancer therapy. Our team is working on resources for other cancer treatments. Check back soon!
Our mental wellbeing is equally important to our physical wellbeing when facing a cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship. The resources below include tips for finding support and maintaining your wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.