Specialist Cancer Rehabilitation Diet and Nutrition – Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH)
NHS service that offers specialist cancer rehabilitation through its dietetic service. It aims to help address concerns, which may be a direct result of cancer or a side effect of cancer treatment. A dietitian can help people eat and drink well throughout chemotherapy, radiotherapy and bone marrow transplant, in addition, helps to manage nutritional problems such as weight loss, poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, taste changes, constipation, and can help to aid recovery and wound healing after surgery. Visit the website for more information.
The PRUH Hospital, Orpington
Any patient being treated for cancer under a King's cancer service. If you feel you would benefit from the service, please speak to your clinical nurse specialist (CNS) or the team at King’s Macmillan information and support centre who can refer you to physiotherapy or dietetics
Last updated 12/08/2022