Targeting the Hallmarks of Cancer with Nutrition
Subtitled as “From Current Research to your Kitchen Table”, in this course, Sharon Bar-Gil covers both theoretical and practical ideas about nutrition and cancer.
This presentation will discuss how nutrition can be utilized to target cancer mechanisms such as: genetic instability, inflammation, apoptosis, angiogenesis & metastasis. It will translate current research into practical tools that can be implemented in your daily nutrition.
- Utilize nutritional to support cancer patients.
- Implement research proven strategies in your clinic.
This course is certified by NCCAOM for 1.5 PDA points, and qualifies for credit towards the Shu Lan College online MA/Phd program, approved by Nanjing University.
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The course has been produced from materials recorded at the ICCM Congress. The ICCM arranges a yearly outstanding international TCM gathering which is held in Tel-Aviv during Vernal Equinox, in March, Every Year.
- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 5
- Duration 1 hours
- Skill level 1.5 PDAs/CEUs
- Language English
- Students 269
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Targeting the Hallmarks of Cancer with Nutrition 8
How can we utilize nutrition to target known cancer mechanisms?- an integrative approach. Current oncology is constantly evolving and moves towards personalized treatments. But core problems such as treatment toxicity, disease relapse and extremely high treatment costs are still a major concern. Knowing the main cancer mechanisms and how to target them with nutrition may provide a safe, inexpensive and safe tool that can synergize with current conventional treatments.
Targeting the Hallmarks of Cancer with Nutrition - Final Quiz 1
Nutritional affects on cancer
well thought out approach to discussion