Register for a free, virtual cancer nutrition class

Cancer and cancer treatments can affect the way your body tolerates certain foods and uses nutrients. Maintaining good nutrition when you have cancer is important. It can help to manage side effects, speed healing, and keep up your strength and energy.

Join us for a virtual nutrition class, hosted by a registered dietitian nutritionist from Providence Cancer Institute. This free class is offered twice monthly and is open to the public.

Topics will include:

  • How to manage side effects of cancer treatment
  • Food safety
  • Dietary supplements

To register please visit this website. For questions or for more information, call 503-215-6014 or email.

About Providence Oncology Nutrition

Eating well while being treated for cancer will help improve many aspects of your life. Our registered dietitians specialize in cancer nutrition and are here to help. They work closely with you to set nutrition goals and advise ways to achieve them. Our services are available both in-person and virtually through all our Providence Cancer Institute clinics. Learn more.

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