Cancer Services Network workshop planned for June 19

June 18, 2012

Cancer Services Network (CSN) plans to broadcast CancerCare’s Connect® Workshop Part III of Cancer Survivorship: Living With, Though and Beyond Cancer. This workshop entitled Changing Roles and Responsibilities for Caregivers is scheduled on Tuesday, June 19, 2012, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

Cancer Services Network (CSN) plans to broadcast CancerCare’s Connect® Workshop Part III of Cancer Survivorship: Living With, Though and Beyond Cancer. This workshop entitled Changing Roles and Responsibilities for Caregivers is scheduled on Tuesday, June 19, 2012, from noon to 1:30 p.m. This session is for cancer survivors, their families and friends. Information will be shared to help them cope with concerns that arise after treatment. The information is primarily for cancer survivors who have recently completed their treatment, but you may find the information helpful even if you were treated a long time ago. CancerCare, in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute: Office of Cancer Survivorship and Office of Communications and Education, LIVESTRONG, American Cancer Society, Intercultural Cancer Council, Living Beyond Breast Cancer and National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship sponsor the workshops. Dr. Anita Broxson, ON, OCN, will facilitate questions and answers after the session.
A Brown Bag Lunch will be held in the Hinds Square Classroom located at 100 Chestnut, Suite 112, Abilene, Texas. Bring your lunch (drinks and dessert will be provided). Leading experts in oncology will provide the most up-to-date information in audio format.
There is no cost to attend, but reservations are requested. Please call the CSN office at (325) 672-0040 or send an email info@cancerservicesnetwork.org. CSN provides post-diagnosis assistance to cancer patients, cancer survivors and their families and caregivers through direct financial, emotional, and educational programs. CSN, an agency of the United Way of Abilene, provides services in 19-counties of West Central Texas including Nolan County. Financial assistance is provided to cancer patients in active treatment and is based on a sliding scale. Emotional and social support programs are provided free of charge to anyone regardless of income.

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