Caregiving is Difficult: How to Do It Well

During cancer treatment, the person you are caring for has needs that can change daily, sometimes hourly, and even minute-by-minute. That is why it is critical that you, as the caregiver—a member of the cancer care team, find ways to stay organized, healthy, and restored to avoid burnout or your own illness.

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Stephanie Carper
Nutrition for Ovarian Cancer

Proper nutrition can speed up recovery and healing time after surgery. It can also help you tolerate chemotherapy side effects better and regain health faster between chemotherapy cycles, and thus have a more optimal response to therapy. All of these things lead to better survival. The idea behind nutrition for ovarian cancer is different from what most may consider to be a “healthy diet.”

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