|Winter 2012 (Vol. 6, No. 4)|
Wishing you well,
Consuming soy is an easy, inexpensive and healthy way to add more protein, vegetables and fiber to your diet, but many cancer survivors are mistakenly told to avoid it.
• Has soy been shown to cause breast cancer?
Studio audience volunteers sought
Show your support for the Hutchinson Center and get a front row seat on the latest cancer research by joining the studio audience for “New Day Northwest.” On Dec. 13 and 17, Fred Hutch scientists will be featured on the show. Volunteers will receive a free T-shirt to wear during the morning taping in Seattle plus giveaways from the show.
For more information about the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Survivorship Program, call (866) 543-4272, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website. To schedule an appointment for yourself, a friend or family member, at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Survivorship Clinic, call (206) 288-1024.
Your support of the Hutchinson Center Survivorship Program funds research on survivor issues and concerns and provides information and support to cancer survivors.
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