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University of Colorado Cancer Center Study Shows the Preferred Feeding Method is not the Medically Best in Malnourished Pediatric Cancer Patients
Date:2/13/2013

working properly.” Another parent who preferred tube feeding said they, ”Chose tube feedings because it helped to keep digestive system active, making it easier to adjust back to food.”

“This helps us tailor our message,” says Montgomery. “We see now that the biggest barrier to tube feeding is perceived discomfort, so health care professionals may have better success with patients and parents by addressing that issue. What we need to do now is learn to translate these findings into action.”

The authors received financial support from the Rebecca Slye Endowment Grant to conduct the research.

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