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Learn to Live Through Cancer

Common sense provides more power than you think

Dr. Stuart Fleishman discusses good news for cancer patients and survivors after evaluating cancer centers around the country.  For Radio.

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Most cancers today can be treated and are no longer a death sentence.

A cancer diagnosis is no longer the death sentence it once was. Yet there remain superstitions and misinformation — that eating during treatment, for example, will feed the disease not the body. Cancer expert Stewart Fleishman, M.D., recommends a common-sense system to attack the disease, called LEARN: Living, Education, Activity, Rest and Nutrition. His new book, Learn to Live Through Cancer, explains more.

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