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Stir-fried Pork and Broccoli With Cashews

Our healthier version of a Chinese takeout staple comes together in just a few minutes, with just a single hot pan and a few ingredients you probably already have on hand

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The Loneliness of Cancer: Finding Support When You Feel Isolated
4.02.2020 Dory Benford

No matter how isolated you might feel, don’t cut yourself off. Even at your lowest point, you’re never without resources for help, guidance, support and love. Please know that you are not alone.

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Handwashing Dos and Don’ts
4.02.2020 Dory Benford

While I’m sure you probably already wash your hands regularly, let’s make sure you’re doing it effectively. No more quick rinses, we all need to be washing our hands thoroughly to kill germs and prevent sickness.

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Food Safety Do’s and Don’ts
3.17.2020 hopeful

It's always important to be mindful of food safety practices when cooking for yourself and your family. This is especially important if you’re expecting anyone who is immunosuppressed, like cancer patients currently in treatment.

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Coronavirus: Advice for Cancer Patients, Survivors and Caregivers

As the number of people being infected with COVID-19 increases across the U.S., cancer patients are concerned about how this virus might affect them. Sanjeet Dadwal, M.D., chief of City of Hope’s Division of Infectious Diseases, offers insight and advice.

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Easy Shepard’s Pie
3.10.2020 hopeful

For anyone undergoing treatment for cancer, this dish can be a go-to, make in advance meal that delivers powerful punches of protein, fat and calories to combat weight loss and muscle deterioration.

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