Evidence-Based Nutritional Approaches to Support Cancer Care
Friday, 14 July 2017 from 10:00 to 16:30
This event is a unique opportunity to listen to a variety of speakers including leading experts presenting on health evidence-based nutritional approaches to support cancer care. Key health issues are considered from various aspects, including the role played by digestion and detoxification.
University of Worcester
“The Cancer Virus”
Antony Haynes will explore the scientific evidence for viral infections involvement in the pathogenesis of various cancers. There is no such thing as a single virus that causes cancer but there are numerous viruses which have been studied for their role in the development and association with different types of cancers. You will be given a summary of the fundamentals of howto support the body against viruses.
Making the body cancer unfriendly
Dr Xandria Williams
Cancer Support Outcomes: examples of monitored cases
Identifying Helicobacter pylori's role in digestive and systemic disease
A buffet lunch is provided by the university's catering team and includes vegetarian as well as gluten-free options. Registration begins at 9.30am.
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