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Complementary & Alternative Medicines (CAMs)

Alternative Medicine Research

A recent study (Sanford et al., JAMA Oncol, 2019) reported that 29% of cancer patients do not disclose their use of CAMs to their physicians.

NBRI (Nutrition Biomed Research Institute) is conducting the CAMPUS Study which aims to collect information on the who, what and why of CAMs use in cancer patients in the Australian community.

CAMPUS Study

NBRI is now recruiting participants for the CAMPUS Study.

We are seeking:

If you would like to participate and you meet the criteria, please answer our anonymous 10-minute online survey.

Projects

Colorectal Cancer. Nutritional Research.
Current Project

Colorectal Cancer

Maintaining an optimal dietary intake and nutritional status is important following a diagnosis of colorectal cancer.

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NBRI aims to help fill the gap between clinical practice and large-scale population studies, enabling a more personalised approach to the dietary management of disease.

Publications

News

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Vale Wens Brinkman

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we inform everyone of the recent passing of Wens Brinkman, who was one of the founding board members

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