Getting diagnosed with cancer is an experience that leads to many questions and emotions. A support group can help you find the answers you’re looking for and connect you with people who understand what you’re going through. Research also shows that participating in a professionally led support group decreases distress, improves quality of life, and may increase your potential of long-term survival.

OhioHealth Cancer Care’s free, six-week virtual support group series for newly diagnosed patients and their families explores a variety of topics, including:

  • First Steps After You’re Diagnosed: Learning a New Language – Wednesday, June 2, 6PM
  • Resources to Partner with Your Healthcare Team – Wednesday, June 9, 6PM
  • Communicating with Your Family Through Cancer – Wednesday, June 16, 6PM
  • Coping with Side Effects – Wednesday, June 23, 6PM
  • Proper Nutrition and Staying Active – Wednesday, June 30 12, 6PM
  • Managing the Emotions of Cancer– Wednesday, July 7, 6PM
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You are welcome to join the group at any point in the series or join missed sessions during the next series

NEXT SESSION DATES

  • First Steps After You’re Diagnosed: Learning a New Language – Thursday, July 22, 12PM
  • Resources to Partner with Your Healthcare Team – Thursday, July 29, 12PM
  • Communicating with Your Family Through Cancer – Thursday, August 5, 12PM
  • Coping with Side Effects – Thursday, August 12, 12PM
  • Proper Nutrition and Staying Active – Thursday, August 19, 12PM
  • Managing the Emotions of Cancer– Thursday, August 26, 12PM

Register now! 

This series is free but you must register to get a secure Zoom link for each virtual event

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