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News and NotesCancer Transitions
Cancer Transitions is a free 2 ½ hour six-week program designed to help those who have completed cancer treatment get back to daily life. Topics discussed in the program include: exercise, healthy eating, coping with stress and managing health concerns after treatment. The next program in Cape Breton will begin in April 2015 and pre-registration is required. For more information, or to register call the Cape Breton Cancer Centre at 902- 567-8074.

Support Group Meeting
The Cape Breton “Living With Cancer” Support Group meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 1:30pm – 3:30 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, Victoria Road, Sydney. For more information contact Tom MacNeil (CBCC Social Worker) 902-567-8551 or Stasia Digou – 902-562-1367

Living Beyond Cancer
Finishing cancer treatment can be a time of highs and lows. For some people, going back to “normal life” or a “new normal” isn’t that easy. Some people can feel lost because they are no longer receiving active treatment; others have a hard time adjusting to not seeing their health care team regularly. Along with the relief you might feel finishing your treatment, it is normal to have concerns about your future. Many cancer patients say returning to life after cancer can be a journey in itself.

This class will give you information about what to expect after your cancer treatment. This class takes place on the last Wednesday of every month, in community locations across Nova Scotia.


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