An essential guide for cancer patients and caregivers about what to eat, when and why.
Can our diet have an impact on the prevention of cancer?
What kind of foods should we eat if we are undergoing surgery, chemotherapy or radiation?
What kind of foods should we cut out to avoid and recover from cancer?
The author, a medical doctor, is herself a cancer survivor and later, was her husband ‚¬ „s primary caregiver in his own fight against cancer. Drawing on these experiences, she takes readers through every stage, from diagnosis to therapy (chemo, surgery or radiation) to palliative care, with a focus on the quality of a cancer patient ‚¬ „s life. She applies her considerable medical training and experience to advise cancer patients, their relatives, and caregivers, as well as the general health-conscious public who want to avoid cancer. Practical, informative and complete with diet advice and eating schedules, this is an accessible and immensely useful handbook for fighting against cancer and leading a healthier, fuller life.
Dr Arati Bhatia has spent forty years in diagnostics pathology, twenty-two of them as a professor at the University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi University. She obtained her MBBS from Amritsar Medical College in 1971 and an MD Pathology from AIIMS in 1976. She has also seen the medical profession from the other side as a caregiver and cancer survivor.
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