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Hi. I was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer stage-2 in March. I have finished all my treatment. Chemo , surgery and radiation , final radiation was last week .I have been hearing from people that I should not eat sugar , as it multiplies cancer cells . Is that true? Bcz my doctor never told me that. Also what are the precautions I should take after treatment . As I need to start work and want to travel also. Can I do all of that.
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Body needs glucose to function. If you don't take sugar(glucose) you will become weak. All these internet theories floating about miracle cancer cure are untested bogus. Please don't fall for it.
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Regarding precautions following treatment including follow up visits and testing please contact your Oncologist.
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