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Naturopathic Webinar 54

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CMEs
2 CEs 
(approved for 1 pharm/ 1 general CE for CA NDs)


Dr. Lise Alshculer, ND, FABNO

Originally Presented: September 2023




PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION:  

The first part of this presentation will address carcinogenesis from the perspective of aging, to address the questions of why cancer is more common in older people. Is cancer inevitable over our lifespan? Is cancer prevention relevant in the elderly? Special considerations in older people with cancer will also be reviewed.
 
The second part of this presentation will review survivorship after definitive treatment for cancer. The priorities of cancer survivors and evidence-based strategies to address these concerns, as well as common treatment-related after-effects (renal insufficiency, cardiomyopathy, immunity, fatigue, and cognitive dysfunction) will be reviewed.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

1. Explore the incidence of cancer in older individuals and factors which contribute to cancer in elders.
2. Identify pathophysiological, molecular, genetic and biochemical factors underlying cancer in elders.
3. Explore the common concerns and after-effects of cancer survivorship.
4. Understand the rationale, indications and limitations of selected lifestyle-based nutritional, activity, mind/body, botanical and dietary supplement strategies in the context of optimizing cancer survivorship.