Help Improve Oncology Patients’ Quality of Life: Changing From Reactive Nutrition Support to Proactive Nutrition Intervention in Clinical Practice

Publish Date: 2015
Author(s): Tiffany DeWitt, MS, MBA, RD, LD


Nutrition services can play a role in quality of life for patients undergoing cancer treatment. When nutrition intervention is provided early, patients have the greatest opportunity to improve nutrition status and quality of life.
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Tiffany DeWitt, MS, MBA, RD, LD

Tiffany DeWitt is a registered dietitian working in Adult Nutrition Science at Abbott Nutrition. Tiffany is a graduate of The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Her work experience at Abbott Nutrition is focused on oncology nutrition and GI disease.

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