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  • Study: Healthy diet may avert nutritional problems in head, neck cancer patients

    Photo of research fellow Sylvia L. Crowder and U. of I. professor of food science and human nutrition Anna E. Arthur

    Head and neck cancer patients who ate a healthier diet prior to diagnosis were less likely to develop nutritional problems up to one year post-diagnosis, according to a new study led by University of Illinois scientists, from left, Anna E. Arthur and Sylvia L. Crowder. Arthur is a professor of food science and human nutrition, and the Sylvia D. Stroup Scholar in Nutrition and Cancer at the U. of I. and an oncology dietitian with the Carle Cancer Center. Crowder is a research fellow in the Cancer Scholars for Translational and Applied Research graduate educational program in the Cancer Center at Illinois.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Anna E. Arthur, call 217-244-4890; email aarthur@illinois.edu

    The paper “Pretreatment dietary patterns are associated with the presence of nutrition impact symptoms one year after diagnosis in patients with head and neck cancer” is available online or from the News Bureau.

    DOI:  10.1158/1055-9965.EPI-19-0128