Garden of Hope Offers Survivors Wholesome Cancer-Fighting Foods

The Garden of Hope – the only one of its kind in the nation – is where cancer survivors and their caregivers can learn to tie wholesome nutrition directly to their health. Research shows a direct connection between dietary behaviors and cancer outcomes, and the experts at the Garden of Hope work with cancer survivors to promote nutritious habits by giving them access to freshly grown fruits and vegetables that are rich in cancer-fighting properties.

To find out more about the Garden of Hope and how you can get involved, call JamesCare for Life at 614-293-6428 or email jamescareforlife@osumc.edu. 

Photo caption: Tracy Townsend with some of the team who cares for the Garden of Hope: Glenn Mills, Colleen Spees, Anna Marconi and Kevin Schrock.