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Regional West Cancer Services offer breast cancer survivorship program

 


SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. – Like cardiac rehabilitation benefits a patient after a heart attack, many women need and want support and information following breast cancer treatment.

Regional West Cancer Services will offer post-treatment survivorship support for breast cancer patients beginningFeb. 2.

“A Time to Heal” is a free 12-week holistic survivorship program designed to help women regain their physical, emotional, and spiritual health following breast cancer treatment.

Research and experience have shown that participation in “A Time to Heal” may make a positive difference in the well-being of breast cancer survivors. Participation in the program may help survivors not only survive, but also thrive after breast cancer treatment.

“A Time to Heal” is recommended for women who have completed surgery, chemotherapy, and/or radiation for a diagnosis of breast cancer. The group will meet for approximately two to three hours a week for 12 weeks. Weekly instruction includes topics such as building resilience, focus on healing, nutrition, facing our fears, regaining, and maintaining strength, and how to survive after treatment.

For more information or to enroll, contact Kim Croft, RN, BSN, at (308) 630-1691 or kimbera.croft@rwmc.net.

 

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