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Research Shows

Studies show personalized nutritional counseling and wellness support can make a difference over the course of your treatment*

Downloading the COPESTM app offers you options for instant access to expert nutrition and wellness support, and other resources including:

1:1 LIVE SESSIONS WITH NUTRITION SPECIALISTS

Meet with oncology-certified nutrition specialists at your convenience to tailor a personalized nutrition plan meeting your unique needs

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24/7 MESSAGING WITH EXPERTS

Engage with professional nutrition and wellness experts via messaging, at your convenience

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SYMPTOM BASED RECIPES AND MEAL PLANS

Tailor your nutrition to manage side effects and symptoms such as nausea, mucositis and weight loss

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FOOD DIARY

Plan and track your personal nutrition progress

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24/7 WELLNESS & ACTIVITY TRACKERS

Monitor your weight, activity level and caloric consumption while tracking your goal progress

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NUTRITION AND WELLNESS CLASS & RESOURCES

Participate in live classes, review prerecorded sessions and access key resources on a wide variety of nutrition, lifestyle and fitness topics

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LIVE VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUPS

Ask questions, share your experiences and encourage others coping with cancer

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We understand the challenges of a cancer diagnosis — the overwhelming emotions, questions and feelings you may be be experiencing.

We’re here to help you take more control of your journey.

The effects of COVID-19 have left those with cancer vulnerable. We are offering time-limited discounted subscriptions to provide virtual support to as many people as possible during their treatment journey.

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SOURCES:
1Abdollahi, R., Najafi, S., Razmpoosh, E., et al. 2019 The Effect of Dietary Intervention Along with Nutritional Education on Reducing the Gastrointestinal Side Effects Caused by Chemotherapy Among Women with Breast Cancer. Nutrition & Cancer. 71(6):922-930
2Odelli, C., Burgess, D., Bateman, L., et al. 2005. Nutrition support improves patient outcomes, treatment tolerance and admission characteristics in oesophageal cancer. Clinical Oncology. 17:639-645
3Maasberg, S., Knappe-Drzikova, B., Vonderbeck, D. 2015. Malnutrition predicts clinical outcome in patients with neuroendocrine neoplasia. Neuroendocrinology. 1-15.

PRIVACY POLICY

*The COPES™ Platform is not intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of diseases.

Further, it is not intended to be a substitution, or replacement for a medical provider or referring provider, nor does it provide medical advice.

Consult your healthcare provider if you have any questions concerning the information in this Platform.