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Intermittent Fasting in Cancer
31 January 2019
Intermittent fasting is the new buzz word in oncology care but which type is best? How do you do it? When? For how long? And what are the benefits? OK, let's start with a few definitions...
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Beneficial Effects of Reflexology for Cancer Patients
24 January 2019
What is Reflexology Reflexology is a form of massage, performed to the feet, hands, and/or ears. It is a manual therapy where pressure is applied in a gentle but firm squeezing fashion. ...
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Aromatase Inhibitors in Sexual Health
16 January 2019
Following on from last week's blog post, a number of my patients with breast cancer brought up concerns about their treatment-induced symptoms. So let's talk about it a little more. ...
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Sexual Health after Cancer
9 January 2019
Concerns about sexual health and intimacy is something that comes up a lot with my patients; in fact, over 70% of my patients have discussed sexual issues with me.  Sexual symptoms often sl...
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Help! My loved one has cancer
2 January 2019
Having a diagnosis of cancer is one of the most shocking and stressful realities that a person can face - and not just the affected patient, but also loved ones, friends and family. The shock ca...

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