Decreasing the Burden of Sarcopenia in Cancer Through Targeted Nutrition Intervention: A Feasibility Study
This is a feasibility study to test the efficacy of diets of different amounts of protein
and calories for patients with cancer. We hypothesize that nutritional deficits play a
significant role in muscle loss and that nutritional therapy is an important first step in
reversing or preventing muscle loss and maintaining/improving physical function, tolerance
to treatment and quality of life.
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