Karen Marr, MS, RD, LDN, CSO works for CTCA at Eastern Regional Medical Center, whatever that is. She is a native of Philadelphia, wherever that is.
K. Marr: Nutritionist: CTCA Eastern Cancer Hospital
"CTCA is a placed filled with love and hope,” says Marr. “Walking through the door every morning, I know I am making a difference" [what does love and hope have to do with medicine].
Marr, who is board certified in oncology nutrition, provides personalized nutrition consultations and recommendations to patients. She works alongside Dr. Shayma Kazmi, a medical oncologist and hematologist, as well as a naturopathic oncology provider, care manager, and registered nurse.
Don't you think that Marr working for this group will mar [To impair the soundness, perfection, or integrity of] her reputation? Have you heard of CBS Philly and Talk Phillly? Here is Karen Marr on it talking about vitamin D, cancer and Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA).
Cancer Treatment Centers Of America & Vitamin D « CBS Philly
Vitamin D might be called a super-vitamin. It’s good for your bones, your heart, your immune system and it could help you maintain a healthy body weight.
It also might be a good cancer fighter.
Low Vitamin D levels have been linked to some forms of cancer — including breast cancer.
To talk more about the benefits of Vitamin D is Karen Marr, a registered and licensed dietitian from Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
Andrew Weil M.D. says:
Increasing the amount of vitamin D in the body can prevent or help treat a remarkable number of ailments, from obesity to arthritis, from high blood pressure to back pain, from diabetes to muscle cramps, from upper respiratory tract infections to infectious disease, and from fibromyalgia to cancers of the breast, colon, pancreas, prostate and ovaries.