National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. CancerCare offers support and resources for people coping with colorectal cancer, including counseling, support groups, publications and Connect Education Workshops™.
Register now for our upcoming Connect Education Workshops,Current Perspectives on the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer, on March 27 from 1:30–2:30 p.m. (ET) and Management of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer, on April 17 from 1:30–2:30 p.m. (ET). You can also read our publications about colorectal cancer or view our colorectal cancer resources page.
And remember, CancerCare provides support to people coping with any diagnosis. Learn more at cancercare.org.
Social Work Month. CancerCare’s free services are provided by professional oncology social workers, who help individuals and families with the emotional and practical concerns arising from any type of cancer diagnosis.
Our social workers can help you:
To speak with an oncology social worker, call 800-813-HOPE (4673).
Eisai Honored at 30th CancerCare Partnerships in Hope Annual Awards Dinner
More than 175 dedicated CancerCare supporters gathered in New York City in February for the 30th CancerCare Partnerships in Hope Annual Awards Dinner. The event, hosted by actress and cancer advocate S. Epatha Merkerson, honored Eisai Inc. for their commitment to people affected by cancer. View photos.
Eisai is also the sponsor of CancerCare’s Healing Hearts Bereavement Camp, a weekend retreat for families who have lost a loved one to cancer. And, Eisai’s Magnolia Meals at Home program has to date delivered free meals to more than 285 people receiving treatment for breast cancer.
“To survive something, one merely has to live through it. I wanted more than just to survive cancer, I wanted to live, thrive and prosper in spite of it. Kristy [my social worker] was there for me…I could really tell she was listening, that she actually heard my pain, my frustration, my fear. She believed in me! And she worked with me until I could believe in me again.”
—Pamela O., coping with triple-negative breast cancer
Join Us for WALK/RUN FOR HOPE!
Come walk with us and help support our free, professional services for people affected by cancer. WALK/RUN FOR HOPE is CancerCare’s largest fundraising event bringing together friends, families and community members to walk/run in memory of those they have lost to cancer, to support those who are facing the disease and to honor survivors.
Help for Cancer Caregivers
CancerCare has joined with WellPoint Foundation to launch Help for Cancer Caregivers, an online tool that provides education and resources to help caregivers cope with the stress of caregiving. The tool walks you through a brief survey and then provides you with personalized information to help monitor and manage the health challenges you may face as a result of your responsibilities.
Learn more about CancerCare’s free support services for caregivers.
Our free Connect Education Workshops™ give you the latest cancer information straight from leading experts. You can listen in live by telephone or online and will have a chance to ask the experts your own questions.
Register for these workshops online, or call 800-813-HOPE (4673).
Missed a Connect Education Workshop? Listen to past workshops as podcasts through the CancerCare website.
Join the Team and Create Your Own Fundraiser
Join Team CancerCare and help support our free services by hosting your own fundraiser and donating the proceeds to CancerCare. Team CancerCare is an online tool that helps you organize your own event, build awareness and collect donations online in a secure environment.
Whether it’s a bake sale, awareness walk, concert, bowling party or hoedown, there are no limits to the types of events you can organize.
To learn more and get started, visit teamcancercare.org.
As always, you can help support our services by making a donation today.
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