Professor John Smyth explains that prevention strategies, such as eating a healthy diet and participating in physical activity, could have a large impact in reducing cancer burden.


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Cancer itself, and cancer treatment can significantly impact nutritional needs and food assimilation. Find here general tips that might help you reducing the most common side effects that may hinder the nutrition of people with cancer.

Nutrition guidance


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Exercise for people with cancer is an important element that might help to better face cancer treatment side effects. Exercise during cancer treatment is related to an improvement of physical functions, maintained strengths, and enhanced quality of life.

Exercise advice


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Dealing with a disease brings most patients some degree of psychological and emotional stress. To improve the general well-being of people with cancer, support groups can help you to better cope during this life-changing condition.

Helping you to cope