Cancer Outpatient Nutritional Status
Despite existence of nutrition education programs, many cancer patients are not implementing recommendations into their daily lives.
Nutrition plays a key role in the recovery and treatment experience for cancer patients. Multiple programs exist in Toronto to educate patients as to what they should eat to improve their recovery. These programs also provide meal preparation tips that consider treatment side effects, ingredient seasonality, convenience, and more.
Ms. Julia Antolovich, BSc (Hons) MHSc BSc (Hons) MHSc
Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, Sinai Health System Cardiovascular Health Awareness Program, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, Sinai Health System Cardiovascular Health Awareness Program, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University
Project Assistant Research Assistant Project Assistant Research Assistant
Mr. Craig Madho, BPharm MHsc BPharm MHsc
Research Analyst, OpenLabs Knowledge Broker, National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly Contributing Writer, The Local Research Analyst, OpenLabs Knowledge Broker, National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly Contributing Writer, The Local
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Ms. Kathleen Mounce, BSc MHSc BSc MHSc
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Ms. Razan B Rawdat, BSc MHSc BSc MHSc
Prof. Joseph Ferenbok, PhD
Translational Research Program Temerty Faculty of Medicine University of Toronto
Revolutionary Translator Director
Capstone Advisory Committee:
St. Michael's Unity Health Toronto
Sandy Schwenger, BSc (Hons) in Medical Biophysics from the University of Western Ontario RD
m-Health Solutions Inc.
Innovation Translator CEO m-Health Solutions Inc.
Dr. Rima Al-awar, PhD
Drug Discovery Program, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Toronto
Director and Senior Principal Investigator, Senior Principal Investigator Associate Graduate Faculty Member
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