We hear a lot about what to eat and what not to eat. But what about drinks?
Blog posts from Patient & Family Education team at Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre.
Visit the Patient & Family Education website for more resources, workshops and information.
How to manage loss of appetite during cancer treatment
Three key ways to help you get enough food and nutrition
Let’s talk about sex — a cancer patient’s perspective
If there was material about sexual “health” and how to handle what might be coming in the information package, I never saw it
How to talk to your children about your cancer
While many parents may struggle with the conversation, children benefit from honest, age-appropriate information
Sexual health, intimacy & cancer: a guide for men
Sexual activity and intimacy is possible during and after cancer treatment. A guide to getting the answers you need.
Clinical Trials and your cancer
Clinical trials help find new methods for diagnosing, treating, managing and preventing cancer.
Nutrition for cancer caregivers
Keeping yourself healthy is an important part of being a caregiver for a loved one with cancer. A large part of keeping healthy: proper nutrition.
Anxiety and cancer
Hearing about a diagnosis of cancer can sometimes make people feel scared, worried, nervous and panicked.
Does sugar feed cancer?
There is a lot of chatter in the news about sugar causing cancer. Is there any truth to these claims? The short answer is no! Here's why.
Do alkaline diets stop cancer?
Some people believe that eating foods that make the body’s pH more alkaline can help prevent cancer, help with cancer treatment and slow the growth...