|CANCER & TREATMENTS FOR CANCER CENTER PATIENTS PREVENTION & RISK ASSESSMENT CLINICAL TRIALS & RESEARCH LIVING WITH CANCER|
Information and Resources from the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
Food as Medicine:
Cancer and its treatment can wreak havoc on your diet. That's why the University of Michigan
Comprehensive Cancer Center's registered dietitians, Joan Daniels and Nancy Burke, devote
most of their practice to helping patients cope with symptoms and side effects. They put together
a checklist with ideas about how to handle common concerns patients face.
|Constipation||Diarrhea||Dry Mouth and Thick Saliva|
|Mouth Sores||Nausea||Taste Changes|
View more nutritional tips for managing side effects of cancer on the Managing Eating Problems web page.return to the top of the page
View more nutritional tips for managing side effects of cancer on the Managing Eating Problems web page.
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