November 11, 2017
The medical science is evident: cancer is not purely genetic. It is not a binary nor a random disease. Instead, cancers are complex chronic conditions that occur across a spectrum of dysfunction with many factors impacting risk, onset and severity. In fact, 90-95% of cancers may be attributable to lifestyle and environmental inputs. The personalized nutrition paradigm is a powerful disruptor of both the narrative and pathology of cancer.
The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists is presenting its third annual clinical symposium which will bring together world-renowned experts who will focus on the practical application of this cutting edge cancer research. This symposium is geared to all health professionals who utilize nutrition as a practice tool. Join us and add to your nutrition science knowledge and enhance your clinical skills! CNSs and registered ACN conference attendees are eligible for a discounted registration fee! Stay tuned for the agenda, registration and other conference updates.
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Conference Location & Hotel Information
The Westin Alexandria
400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Book your reservation online!
Rates and Reservations
We are fortunate to have obtained special low rates at the hotel starting at $219 per night for single/double occupancy (plus tax and parking). All rooms also come with:
- No resort fees
- Complimentary use of the WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio
- Complimentary guestroom internet
Make your reservations early! A block of rooms is being held for us until October 17, 2017. The special room rate will be available until October 17th or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first. Reservations will then be accepted on a space and rate availability basis only. Be sure to mention the American College of Nutrition reduced rate when making your reservations.
Learn about our Nutrition Pro 2016 symposium.
Following the American College of Nutrition's 58th annual conference Disrupting Cancer: The Role of Personalized Nutrition