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September 19, 2023 | 1 minute read

The Fall 2023 issue of the AICR Newsletter

AICR NL161 CoverThe Fall 2023 issue of the AICR Newsletter (issue 161) is now ready for download Here.

In this issue you will find…

  • An overview of research on how diet plays a role in fighting cancer-related fatigue for people with lymphoma. Learn about the new research on page 3.
  • A top 10 list of ways to support cancer survivors and give back to the cancer community, such as fundraising, volunteer work or joining TeamAICR. Read the ideas on page 6.
  • An innovative new way to add activity into your life by “habit stacking,” which means adding new habits onto existing rituals. Learn how to habit stack on page 9.

This issue also profiles Gabe Canales, a prostate cancer activist (page 11), and it details the AICR-funded research projects being led by Dr. Erin Van Blarigan, Dr. Lisa Schwartz and Dr. Kuang-Yi Wen (page 12).

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