“The Anticancer Lifestyle Program has been a great addition to our Cancer Center here in Louisiana. The resources reinforce the importance of physical and mental wellbeing throughout survivorship. We are so grateful to have this program help our patients not just survive after cancer, but to thrive.”

“I wholeheartedly recommend this much-needed program. It picks up where the office visit ends. The science-based lifestyle changes recommended in this highly accessible and self-paced course can reduce the risk of cancer as well as other debilitating diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.”

Absolutely wonderful course!!!! This course came at EXACTLY the point in my journey when I needed it.”

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Stress and Cancer progression in mice

While there is no strong evidence that stress causes cancer, there is some evidence that it does promote disease progression. In a study in mice, chronic stress was shown to promote the development of ovarian cancer.

To learn more about how and why the stress response can promote cancer progression, read this summary from the National Institutes of Health.