Eating Hints for Cancer Patients: Before, During and After Treatment
DIANE Publishing, Nov 1, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 60 pages
Helps you learn about your diet needs during treatment for cancer & to help you cope with side effects that may affect eating. Eating the right kinds of foods before, during, & after your treatment can help you feel better & stay stronger. The information reflects the tried-&-true experience of cancer patients & the doctors, nurses, & dietitians who work with them. It is organized in sections that relate to specific stages of cancer treatment. These include: before treatment begins; managing eating problems during treatment; special notes for caregivers; after cancer treatment ends; recipes; special issues; & keeping track of side effects.
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