Nutrition Counseling and Workshops

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Greta Macaire, RD
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Dietician

Greta Macaire, RD
1600 Divisadero Street, Room B-101

If you are a UCSF cancer patient and would like to meet with a dietitian on a one-on-one basis, appointments can be scheduled through any of the oncology practices. The services are open to UCSF cancer patients at no charge, although donations are appreciated.

A dietitian is available Monday through Friday between 9 am and 5 pm.

Questions that the dietitian may address include:

  • General guidelines for balanced nutrition
  • Nutrition guidelines for specific cancers
  • Issues during radiation or chemotherapy
  • Coping with nausea and appetite problems
  • Difficulty with swallowing or eating
  • Problems with constipation or diarrhea
  • Food safety during cancer treatment
  • Supplements
  • Weight management
  • Metabolic testing - indirect calorimetry

For more information, contact the Cancer Resource Center at 415.885.3693. To schedule an appointment with Greta Macaire, RD, please contact the UCSF medical practice where you are being seen.


Nutrition Seminars

Greta Macaire, RD presents nutrition workshops and seminars for the general public. Topics include prostate cancer and nutrition, nutrition during radiation and/or chemotherapy treatment, the soy controversy, phytochemicals, plant-based diets, and healthy holiday eating. (Topic suggestions welcomed.)

The Resource Center also offers periodic nutrition workshops and demonstration-style cooking classes. (See box at right.) Additional information on nutrition can be obtained through the Resource Center Library book collection, pamphlets, and other written materials.

Seminars and workshops are presented at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, 1600 Divisadero St., in San Francisco. See our quarterly calendar for upcoming events. For information about upcoming seminars and to register, call 415.885.3693 or send email.


Video Presentations


from Patient Education Resources