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Endocrinology, Oncology

The Obesity-Cancer Link: What You Need to Know to Counsel Your Patients – Mainpro+

Obesity has become a global epidemic, with rates increasing dramatically in the last few decades. Despite the attention obesity has been gaining in the past years, the link between obesity and cancer remains under-recognized. This program explores the association of obesity and cancer risk, morbidity and mortality and supports clinicians in actively approaching patients with […]

DURATION

1 hr

PROFESSION

Physician, Specialist, Allied Health

# OF CREDITS

1

ACCREDITATION

Mainpro+

EXPIRY DATE

2020-06-24

Obesity has become a global epidemic, with rates increasing dramatically in the last few decades. Despite the attention obesity has been gaining in the past years, the link between obesity and cancer remains under-recognized.

This program explores the association of obesity and cancer risk, morbidity and mortality and supports clinicians in actively approaching patients with obesity and presenting information on this link to their patients.

Faculty

Chandi Chandrasena (MD, CCFP, FCFP)

Priya Manjoo (MBBS, FRCP(C))

Shahebina Walji (MD, CCFP)

Sonja Wicklum (MD, CCFP, FCFP)

Accreditation

This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 1Mainpro+ Credit(s).
Cost of course:  
Free
# of credits: 1
Duration: 1 hr

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