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Field Reports

When Medicine Isn’t Enough: The Benefits of Providing Nutrition Support to People Living with a Life-Challenging Illness

Nikita Barai, Emerson Fellow
Published 2007

Washington, DC

When Medicine Isn’t Enough: The Benefits of Providing Nutrition Support to People Living with a Life-Challenging Illness documents a pilot study evaluating health outcomes of critically ill patients that receive comprehensive nutrition services, reported positive outcomes in the areas of health and symptom management, quality of life, food intake and knowledge of nutrition, and weight stabilization and body composition.

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Publication tags: Field Reports - Chronic or Life Challenging Illness, Health, Nutrition and Hunger - People with Chronic Illness

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Nikita Barai

Emerson Fellow,