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Cannabis and Breast Cancer

The website of the National Cancer Institute has a summary of studies showing that cannabis has antitumor effects and can also stimulate appetite, relieve pain, reduce nausea and vomiting, and reduce anxiety.

What You Need to Know About Mammograms

Many women feel they are protecting themselves against breast cancer when they have their annual mammogram.. However, the truth is that, while mammograms can be useful in detecting breast cancer, they have no value in preventing it or in curing it; and even the value of early detection is less impressive than many people think.

CATEGORY 2

Ultraprocessed Foods and Cancer

Consumption of ultraprocessed foods, as defined by the NOVA classification, may be associated with an increased risk of cancer, particularly postmenopausal breast cancer. Source: Ultraprocessed Foods and Cancer - Cancer Therapy...

Intermittent Fasting and Cancer 

Rodent studies demonstrated that fasting prior to the administration of chemotherapy prolongs survival, decreases metastasis, and reduces toxicity.   Source: Intermittent Fasting and Cancer - Cancer Therapy...

Productivity in Survivors of Cancer

Cancer treatment affects productivity due to the need to take time off for treatments, clinic visits, and manage side effects. Fatigue and/or decreased physical and/or cognitive functioning related to the malignancy and the therapies to treat it can also factor into an employee’s efficiency.

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