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October 3, 2012 3:07 PM

Making meals enticing, beneficial can aid recovery

A healthy diet — one with a variety of foods that includes fruits and vegetables and regular protein — can help manage cancer treatment side effects, and provide the reserves of nutrients the patient needs to help rebuild the body's tissues and keep the immune system strong to help fight off infection.

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