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This support group provides an opportunity for breast cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and family members to come together to gain information, share experiences and receive support from each other. The group does not meeting June–August.
Registration is not required. Call the Oncology Department at 715-838-6072 for more information.
This group is designed for young adults — ages 18-45 — diagnosed with cancer and their significant others. A cancer diagnosis affects many important parts of life, including relationships, careers, finances, children and body image. Sharing thoughts and feelings, especially with other young adults with cancer, can be very helpful. Meetings are open to young adults affected by cancer regardless of treatment location.
Call the Oncology department at 715-838-6072 with questions or for more information. No registration is required.
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