Making positive lifestyle changes requires courage, honesty, reflection, and the not-so-simple ability to be aware of the choices you make every hour of every day.
This Mindset Toolkit supports the information and guidance you receive in the Mindset Module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. The resources on this page will help you make lasting lifestyle changes that will decrease inflammation and enhance your immune system’s ability to fight disease.
A measure of environmental stress had a significant association with mortality risk in patients with breast cancer, a large retrospective cohort study showed.
In the study, which was presented last week at an interdisciplinary conference on forgiveness at Harvard and is currently under review for publication, researchers randomly assigned 4,598 participants…
Margaret Fletcher, Certified Mindfulness Instructor, summarizes key points from the Mindset module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program and answers your questions about mindfulness.
The Journal Lancet Planetary Health published a study funded the first-ever, randomized controlled trial of community gardening by the American Cancer Society.
ACLP co-founder Meg Cadoux Hirshberg will share her 12 “Rules of the Road” for how to handle a cancer diagnosis, both emotionally and practically.
A study in JAMA Psychiatry found that MBSR, or Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, was a well-tolerated treatment option with comparable effectiveness to a first-line medication for patients with anxi…
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