Free Seminar: Does Red Meat Really Cause Cancer?

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Aug 13 2016
  • Aug 13, 2016, 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
  • West Chester Hospital Cafeteria, 7700 Univesity Drive, West Chester

Fireside Chat: Free Cancer Educational Series

West Chester Hospital partners with Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky to offer a health education series featuring physicians, clinicians and other health care professionals who speak about a variety of cancer-related topics.

This seminar is presented by Stacy Holdeman, Registered Dietitian, West Chester Hospital

In October 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) published a press release classifying processed meat as “carcinogenic” and red meat as “probably carcinogenic” to humans. This free educational event will offer clarification on these guidelines for cancer prevention and survivorship, as well as tips for integrating these recommendations into daily living.

Stacy Holdeman is a registered/licensed dietitian and serves as the primary oncology dietitian for West Chester’s Hematology Oncology Clinic. She assists patients in the management of nutrition-impact symptoms of cancer as well as the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation to promote best treatment outcomes.

Fireside Chat Cancer Seminars are typically held in the West Chester Hospital cafeteria, located on level A, 7700 University Drive, West Chester, Ohio 45069, unless otherwise noted.

Registration is recommended, but not required. To register in advance, please use the form below, or call Cancer Support Community at (513) 791-4060.

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