'I Can Cope' at CCMH

The American Cancer Society and Patterson Cancer Care Center will co-sponsor a program for people with cancer and their family and friends. The program Nutrition and Cancer will be offered on Tuesday, July 14th from 11-1 PM at the Patterson Cancer Care Center located on the Charles Cole Memorial Hospital campus. Program Facilitator will be Jill Connelly, RD, LDN, Regional Dietitian - PA, Sweden Valley Manor, HCF Management, Inc.

The “I Can Cope” program offers people who are facing cancer, including patients, families and friends, an opportunity to interact with others having similar experiences and learn ways to cope with the challenges that arise from a cancer diagnosis in a supportive and caring environment.

The American Cancer Society I Can Cope program is a component of the American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Network – a free, comprehensive resource to help patients and their caregivers manage the impact of cancer on their lives through up-to-date cancer information.

For more information contact Patterson Cancer Care Center at 814.260.5555 or your local American Cancer Society at 1-888-227-5445 option 3. Registration is requested to ensure adequate class materials. This program is provided free of charge. Lunch provided.

For up-to-date cancer information twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, call 1-800-ACS-2345 or visit www.cancer.org.


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