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Learn about events and news related to the active survivorship community at Mass General Cancer Center.
Mind Body Program for Cancer Survivors
Annual Conference for Patients and Families
The Mass General Cancer Center is pleased to offer the Benson-Henry Institute for Mindy Body Medicine's highly regarded SMART-3RP training at its Boston, Danvers and Waltham locations. This program is designed to assist patients who have completed cancer treatment by providing critical tools to help them cope with the experience of their diagnosis and treatment as well as adjust to life after treatment.
During nine, 90-minute weekly sessions, this program will help participants:
Elements of the program include:
The Mind Body Program for Cancer Survivors is billable to insurance; most insurers cover the program. Pre-registration and a $50 materials fee are required.
To register, please email email@example.com
Own Your Story: Creating Meaning from Your Cancer Experience
June 16, 2018 | Boston, MA
This conference is an opportunity to come together with other patients and families to talk about experiences and identify how, together, we can sustain an ongoing and supportive community.
Join Mass General Cancer Center staff, clinicians and other individuals living with, through and beyond cancer. All Mass General Cancer Center current and past patients and their family members and friends are welcome to attend.
Shades of Survivorship - Elyse R. Park, PhD, MPH, Jeffrey Peppercorn, MD, MPH and Areej El-Jawahri, MD
January 28th: ASCO Survivorship Symposium, San Diego, CA; Kathryn Post.
March 11th: Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference, Las Vegas, NV; Kathryn Post; Transitioning Back to Primary Care.
March 12th: Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference, Las Vegas, NV; Jeffrey Peppercorn; Aiding Survivors As They Live with Fear of Recurrence.
March 13th: Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference, Las Vegas, NV; Jeffrey Peppercorn; Survivorship Care planning for patients with advanced breast cancer – Can we view it as a chronic disease?
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