Malnutrition Awareness Week™ Patient Stories

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LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING. GET THE FACTS ON MALNUTRITION.

What does malnutrition look like? In some cases, it’s obvious. In others, it’s harder to detect. But with greater awareness, patients will be treated earlier and recover faster.

Here are some patient stories on nutrition.

Surviving and Thriving on a G-Tube
NEW! Surviving and Thriving on a G-Tube 
Spencer, resilient 2 1/2 year old 
Fuel for the Fight
NEW! Fuel for the Fight 
Darin, Head and Neck Cancer Survivor 
Living Life PN Strong
NEW! Living Life PN Strong
Emma, Marathon Runner, Associate Research Professor on PN
Tube Feeding Fueled Dad’s Victory Over COVID-19
Tube Feeding Fueled Dad’s Victory Over COVID-19
John, father of three 
Rebekah Patient Story
Thriving on Parenteral Nutrition and Working as a Registered Nurse
Rebekah, registered nurse
Carol and Mom Thumbnail
Malnutrition and Mom
 
ASPEN Leader Carol Ireton-Jones, PhD, RDN, LD, CNSC, FASPEN, FAND
Tube Feeding and IV Fluids are Keeping Me Alive and Helping Me Become A Doctor
Tube Feeding and IV Fluids are Keeping Me Alive and Helping Me Become A Doctor
Claudia, medical student
IV Feeding Saved Me and My Babies
IV Feeding Saved Me and My Babies
Christine, mother of two
Spotting Malnutrition in Seniors
Spotting Malnutrition in Seniors

Dr. Salob, father of former ASPEN CEO Debra BenAvram
IV and Tube Feeding is Helping Baby Piper Grow
IV and Tube Feeding is Helping Baby Piper Grow
Piper, Spunky Preemie
Tube Feeding is Helping Corey Tackle His Physical Challenges
Tube Feeding is Helping Corey Tackle His Physical Challenges
Corey, 14, and Mom, Jamie
Tube Feeding Helped Me Recover from Brain Surgery
Tube Feeding Helped Me Recover from Brain Surgery
Jeannie Gaffigan, Writer and Producer of The Jim Gaffigan Show