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HPEB 502 Cancer Fall 2011 final

HPEB 502 Cancer Fall 2011 final - DietandCancer HPEB502...

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Diet and Cancer HPEB 502 Heather Ranhofer  Dolinger PhD candidate Fall 2011
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Presentation Overview What is cancer Diet and Cancer Studying Diet and Cancer Resources
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What is Cancer? Uncontrollable cell growth Malignant vs benign
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Cell Cycle
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Carcinoma Starts in the epithelium Breast Colon  Lung Stomach Mouth Skin
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Starts in the supporting tissue Fat Cartilage Muscle Bone Blood vessels Sarcoma
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Other Types of Cancer Leukemia Blood cells Lymphoma and Myeloma Lymph system
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Diet and Cancer
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Cell Cycle Again
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Milner 2008
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American Cancer Society Maintain a healthy weight throughout life. Balance calorie intake with physical activity. Avoid excessive weight gain throughout life. Achieve and maintain a healthy weight if  currently overweight or obese. Eat a healthy diet, with an emphasis on plant  sources. Choose foods and drinks in amounts that help 
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Bladder Causes Tobacco and     industrial chemical Risk Reduction Drinking more fluids Eating more vegetables
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Breast Cancer
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