May 2, 2012
Reading the comments made me really sad. There is a reason why AICR spent a lot of money on administrative costs. Most of their educational materials are free upon request and their expert report (it took years of volunteer efforts from researchers all around the world) is being used every day by health professionals. Major progress in the understanding how nutrients and nutritional resources are affecting cancer risks such as fiber and colon cancer came from AICR. The New American plate (which is now being followed by MyPlate) was also presented by AICR. ACS also works together with AICR. The dietary and physical activity guidelines related to reducing cancer risks are usually developed together by the 2 organizations. I would recommend that everyone take a look at the resources for cancer survivors and the cancer-free population before making a judgement.
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