Free Nutrition & Cancer Presentation Offered at West Chester Hospital July 12

West Chester Hospital has partnered with Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky to provide support, education and information to those who are battling cancer, to cancer survivors as well as to members of the local community who have been touched by cancer.

The two non-profit organizations have collaborated to offer a free summer educational series that features informal presentations by physicians and other health care professionals from West Chester Hospital in a casual and relaxed environment. Presenters speak about a variety of pertinent cancer-related topics, and representatives from Cancer Support Community discuss their mission of enhancing recovery and improving quality of life to those diagnosed with cancer.

On Saturday, July 12, Lindsey Flannery, RD/LD, a registered dietitian at West Chester Hospital, will share important information about building a solid foundation for good nutrition after a cancer diagnosis. Flannery will discuss how to eat well during cancer treatment, and provide easy ways to help make food tastier. She’ll also offer tips for healthy cooking, high-calorie eating and low-microbial nutrition therapy. A brief question-and-answer session will be held and information about Cancer Support Community will be shared after the presentation.

WHAT: Free Nutrition & Cancer Seminar
WHO: Presented by Lindsey Flannery, RD/LD, Registered Dietitian
WHEN: Saturday, July 12, 2014 – 10 to 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: West Chester Hospital – Cafeteria (Level A), 7700 University Drive, West Chester, Ohio 45069

Registration is recommended, but not required. To register in advance, visit or call Cancer Support Community at (513) 791-4060. To learn more about Cancer Support Community, please visit

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