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The importance of a healthy gut and immunity for cancer
The other day I had an intense debate with a friend about the future and more importantly the future of this earth we call home. She called us parasites and that tilted the scale for me.
There are a lot of emotions to process when you find out you have cancer
Cancer can be called a cluster of more than 100 diseases which arise due to uncontrolled cellular growth.
When we are inflicted by cancer, whether it has happened to us or to a loved one, we can’t see the world the same way again.
Cancer affects us on a mental and physical level. Many people experience change in their bodies.
Physical changes will happen. Thats the process.
We often celebrate the time when a loved one has come to the end of a long, dreary, painful treatment for cancer.
Very rarely does a certain topic or issue bother me.
The terms “patient centric”, “personalised care” and “holistic health” seem to be the new focus area.
Today we are going to be talking about the gut.
When the country’s leading oncologist speaks up for holistic care
Lets really speak personalised care
Cancer Prevention and Immunity Building: Importance of a healthy gut
India needs an integrative approach to cancer, and now
Cancer care doesn’t get more comprehensive than this
Proof (from around the world) that our highly personalised care programs are clinically approved, effective and definitely the need of the hour.
Increased absorption, a stronger immune system, management of treatment side effects, detoxification – the right kind of diet makes all the difference from diagnosis to recovery and even in the dreaded relapse.
A Cancer Journal For Clinicians
Lifestyle habits and colorectal cancer
How nutritional status predicts quality of life outcomes in cancer
Addressing complexity in diet and health
Lifestyle as a risk factor for cancer: a study
Studies show that the simple act of focusing on your breathing for 20-30 minutes a day can help curb spasms, boost energy, reduce stress and improve your physical health significantly. If you’re coping with cancer, that can only be a good thing right?
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Mindfulness meditation for
The road to recovery
Very few families that are dealing with cancer want to really talk about the big C. Leading oncologists have stressed the importance of psychological counseling in helping patients and their families recover.
How counselling can help
Genetic cancer risk assessment and counselling
Calling breast cancer out
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