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Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio has been awarded a $300,000 grant from the American Cancer Society to enhance individualized, timely and equitable access to care for cancer patients and their families.
Positive Impact of Diet and Nutrition Prehabilitation for Patients About to Undergo Cancer Treatment
Diet and nutrition are essential for cancer patients, particularly those who are about to undergo treatment. Proper nutrition can help to reduce the side effects of treatment, improve treatment outcomes, and enhance the patient’s quality of life.
Access to dietary support and nutritional counseling is an important aspect of cancer treatment, as malnutrition can have serious consequences for overall health and well-being, including increased susceptibility to diseases and infections.
Virtual Supportive Care – The Value of Remote Monitoring and Access to Registered Dietitians During Cancer Treatment
Remote symptom and weight monitoring, coupled with virtual dietary and nutritional counseling, can be a valuable tool for patients undergoing cancer treatment
Caregiver burnout is a common problem faced by families who are providing care to a loved one undergoing cancer treatment.