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Jean LaMantia Registered Dietitian, Cancer Survivor and Author Announces An Important Partnership to Help Put a Much-Needed Resource Into the Hands of Cancer Patients Across the Nation
Date:5/14/2013

ut would do wonders!!”

Michele Krilivsky, RD
Smilow Cancer Hospital
New Haven, CT

"Thank you for your kind offer. I would very much appreciate the opportunity to provide your book to our cancer patients. What a great thing you are doing!"

Merril Adelman RD
Norwalk Hospital
Norwalk, CT

"Thanks so much for giving oncology dietitians this opportunity, to provide much needed nutrition materials to our patients. I work at the Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas, where we have a large cancer center, containing chemo and radiation clinics, BMT clinics, Breast Clinics, etc. We have adult and pediatric oncology patients. Please send me as many copies as you can.”

Randa Bakht, RD
The Methodist Hospital
Houston, TX

Nutrition and diet are essential to the health of all cancer patients, helping them to better cope with cancer treatments and its side effects and eating well into survivorship. There are 13.7 million cancer survivors alive in the U.S. today and that number is growing. To participate in this opportunity to commit a 'random act of kindness' for a cancer patient or to purchase a copy for yourself or someone you know go to http://www.CancerTreatmentNutrition.com

The Essential Cancer Treatment Nutrition Guide and Cookbook is ideally suited to meet the specific nutritional needs of cancer patients from diagnoses and into long-term survivorship. This book is the "go-to" resource that all cancer patients, caregivers and survivors should have in their hands. It's also finding its way to the resource shelves of many health professionals including registered dietitians, nurses and doctors.

About the Author

Jean LaMantia is a registered dietitian, cancer survivor, editor of the Canadian Oncology Dietitians Newsletter and a program le
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