Proven, Practical Prevention: Lower Your Patients’ Cancer Risks – and Anxiety

In this second part of her series on lifestyle and cancer, medical oncologist Natalie Marshall, MD, offers evidence-based answers to common questions on diet, sleep, and other risk-related factors. Here’s how to help patients choose better carbs, try out intermittent fasting, address insomnia and recognize toxins in everyday products. Bonus: Glimpse the gut microbiome’s preventive potential.


August 12, 2021

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UCSF MedConnection

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Natalie Marshall, MD

Natalie Marshall, MD

Medical oncologist
Medical Director, UCSF
John Muir Health Cancer Center in Berkeley

Dr. Natalie A. Marshall is a medical oncologist who cares for patients with breast and lung cancer using chemotherapy, targeted therapy and immunotherapy. She also works with her patients on modifying their habits with the goal of making ...

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