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Survivorship support session
Survivorship support session:

Why protein is a priority during and after cancer?

During cancer treatment and recovery, you may need to adapt what you eat to help meet your body’s changing needs.
Importantly, adequate protein intake is essential during all stages of cancer treatment, recovery, and long-term survival.

Oncology specialist dietitian Adele Hug is hosting a live support group for anyone affected by cancer exploring the importance of eating more protein when living with cancer and going through treatment, and beyond. In this interactive session Adele will discuss the research behind increased protein consumption during and after cancer and go through valuable high protein foods that we could and should be consuming.

This is an opportunity to ask questions based around cancer and nutrition and receive tailored clinical advice. This private group session is open to anyone who has been affected by cancer including those who have received a cancer diagnosis, carers and loved ones.

After the session you will receive an e-pack which will provide you with added support, and details into some of the topics discussed at the session.

You will also receive a short feedback form where you will be able to share your experience and suggestions.

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We champion the latest and most authoritative scientific research from around the world on cancer prevention and survival through diet, weight and physical activity, so that we can help people make informed lifestyle choices to reduce their cancer risk.
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