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Lung Cancer You are invited to join us at a Lung Cancer Support & Information Meetings which we hold fortnightly at “The San”. These meetings are available to patients and their partners or support persons irrespective of where their treatment has been received. Why attend a support group? Many people find attending such a group assists them in their cancer journey through: Meeting others “in the same boat” and finding you are not alone Information about your cancer and current research into it Finding out more about your cancer treatment, the side effects and what you can do about them Learning how others have dealt with some of the challenges you may have been facing Relaxing with others who understand how you may have been feeling, the hopes and the fears. A supportive non threatening environment where humour is often the best medicine! A Case Manager (Specialist Nurse) is present at many meetings to answer your questions. Guest speakers may be invited on a range of topics such as current clinical information, and health and well being topics which may include: nutrition, exercise, meditation, stress management and living with cancer, to name a few. WHERE: Cancer Support Centre, Jacaranda Lodge TIME: 10 to 12 noon, alternate Thursdays DATES: 7, 21 January 8, 22 July 4, 18 February 5, 19 August 4, 18 March 2, 16, 30 September 1, 15, 29 April 14, 28 October 13, 27 May 11, 25 November 10, 24 June 9, 23 December Parking: $3 flat rate in Hospital Visitors Car Park Enquiries: (02) 9487 9061 Sydney Adventist Hospital, 185 Fox Valley Road, Wahroonga 2076 Supported by Northern Sydney Central Coast Area Health Cancer Australia.
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