CBCI and Presbyterian/St. Luke's Cancer Care Nutrition Team provides comprehensive nutrition care throughout your journey. We are available for pre-treatment consultation to maximize your nutritional status prior to therapy. Our team also provides inpatient and outpatient support and consultation during treatment and post-treatment to maximize your recovery. Each member of our nutrition team has a special interest in oncology and a nutrition subspecialty that provides an expert nutrition knowledge base related to cancer, blood disorders, autoimmune disorders and stem cell transplantation. You will meet with a dietician within the first week of your admission to provide nutrition goals and advice. We are here to help you reach your goals and speed your recovery.


CBCI Nutrition Team

Denise Kiklis RD, CNSC is an oncology/BMT dietitian and has been a member of the CBCI team since 2012. She has worked as an inpatient oncology and critical care dietitian in New York, New Mexico and Colorado. Denise loves interacting with patients and supporting patients while they receive cancer treatment and works in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. She has been a Registered Dietitian since 1985 and a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician since 2012.


Shane Spritzer, MPH, RD, CNSC is an oncology/BMT dietitian and joined the CBCI team in 2019. Prior to that, he had worked at PSL/RMHC and Rose Medical Center but focused on oncology and critical care populations. He loves helping patients navigate all of the nutrition-related side effects and help people fuel their body through the treatment process. He received his Masters of Public Health from CU-Denver in 2018, completed his undergraduate degree & dietetic internship through Metropolitan State University of Denver, and has been a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician since 2017.


Stephanie Wiese, RD is an oncology/BMT dietitian and has been a member of the CBCI team since 2019. Her previous career was in banking, which she left in 2016 to pursue her passion for nutrition and become a Registered Dietitian. Stephanie loves being part of her patients' journeys and feels strongly that nutrition plays a major role during both treatment and transplant.