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 is meant to support 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.
In a study published in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, researchers Stagl et al found that women with breast cancer treated with cognitive behavioral therapy not only benefited from psychological benefits but had significantly reduced risk of all-cause mortality and breast cancer-r…
A study described by the National Cancer Institute suggests that stress hormones may wake up dormant cancer cells that remain in the body after treatment.
Watch Our On-Demand Webinar Stress Less: Fostering Calm and Resilience in Everyday Life Stress is woven into the very fabric of our daily life. Yet a growing body of research shows that chronic stress negatively impacts all aspects of our being, right down to our cellular health.
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In a new study published Wednesday in Science Translational Medicine, one group of researchers describes how a cascade of events set off by high levels of a stress hormone could cause dormant tumor cells to reawaken to once again cause cancer.
A study conducted a Yale University and published in the journal Cell show the mechanism whereby acute stress amplifies inflammation. Read about the study here.
Watch Our On-Demand Webinar Breath can be a great tool in building present-moment awareness. Research shows that the ability to be present for our experience, right here and right now, is good for our well-being, even during uncertain and stressful times.
Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies (bcct.ngo) is a thorough, evidence-based resource for cancer survivors and those in the medical field to explore the best integrative approaches to cancer diagnosis and treatment that go beyond conventional cancer care.
A meta-analysis, consisting of a review of nine studies and 964 participants, and published in the journal Breast Cancer, found that MBSR shows a positive effect on psychological function and quality of life for breast cancer survivors.
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