Cancer Survivors Less Likely to Eat Healthfully

Cancer survivors scored only about 47 out of 100 on adherence to the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

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A recent study reveals that cancer survivors are slightly less likely than others to adhere to national dietary guidelines. The study (Cancer, online Oct. 13, 2015) involved more than 1,500

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