Tips on eating when you have cancer


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As many cancer patients are affected by a loss of appetite, they should always have a snack with them for when they do suddenly feel hungry in order to ensure that they are eating enough. — dpa

A cancer diagnosis changes many aspects of your life, and that often includes how you eat.

Among the possible side effects of chemotherapy, radiation therapy or other cancer treatments are appetite loss or poor appetite, difficulty swallowing and gastrointestinal problems.

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