Lymphoma Support Group
This program, which meets once a month for a 90-minute session, is an opportunity for lymphoma patients to meet and talk about the impact of the diagnosis. Areas of discussion may include emotions and fears associated with cancer, disruption of one’s life and family, concerns for the future and how to cope with transplants and other treatments. Please call the centre to register for the session and check in with the front desk volunteer when you arrive.
Registration or Appointment Required: This program requires a commitment to attend all sessions.
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