Participate in a free four-part series on cancer suvivorship

Participate in a free four-part series on cancer suvivorship

The 10th annual cancer survivorship series: Living With, Through and Beyond Cancer is offered as a teleconference program or live streaming on the internet.

The program is sponsored by the UACC's Supportive Care for Healing and Psychosocial Oncology programs.

The series offers cancer survivors, their families, friends and health care professionals practical information to help them cope with concerns that arise after treatment ends.

You can view the teleconference sessions in a group in Room 1290 at the University of Arizona Cancer Center - North Campus, 3838 N. Campbell Ave., from 10:30 a.m. to noon (MST), and participate in a discussion that follows, or listen to the presentations via live streaming on the internet.

April 24: Using mind/body techniques to cope with the stress of survivorship

May 15: Recapturing joy and finding meaning

June 19: Changing roles and responsibilities for caregivers

July 17: Managing post-treatment neuropathy

Information about the presenters is linked to each program.

To participate in the program at the UACC, please RSVP to 520-694-1812.

To listen on the internet, click on the "register now" button on each individual program page, or call 800-813-HOPE (4673).

The survivorship series is funded by the National Cancer Institute and LIVESTRONG.

April 13, 2012