Survivorship Education Series, Part 4: What’s on Your Plate? “The Role of Nutrition in Cancer”

Join us as we explore the physical and psychological role of diet and nutrition in cancer from diagnosis to survivorship. We will also hear how one survivor decided to change their lifestyle as a result of their cancer diagnosis.

Registration Required. Please fill out the form below to register for: Part 4: What’s on Your Plate? “The Role of Nutrition in Cancer”

Presenters:

  • David Morris, Ph.D., CTTS- Clinical Psychologist, Siteman Psychology Service
  • Chelsea Visintine, Siteman Dietician
  • Stacey Brouk, Siteman Dietician
  • Siteman Survivor,

Moderated by:

  • Aimee S. James, PhD, MPH, Professor of Surgery

PECaD Event Registration Information


The mission of Siteman Cancer Center’s Program for the Elimination of Cancer Disparities (PECaD) is to create a national model for eliminating local and regional disparities in cancer education, prevention and treatment.

To learn more about PECaD, visit siteman.wustl.edu/PECaD.