Cancer Transitions: A Guide for Post Treatment

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Take part in a free eight-week series, sponsored by Cancer Support Community Central New Jersey, specfically for Head & Neck Cancer patients who completed active cancer treatment one month to two years ago and currently have no evidence of disease. Patients are invited to bring one family member as a guest. Speakers will include physicians, nurses, clinical social workers, a registered dietician, a speech therapist and a fitness expert. This program will answer your questions about cancer survivorship after treatment ends. The series will cover the following topics:

  • Medical Management Beyond Cancer: What You Need to Know
  • Nutrition and Eating Adjustments after Treatment
  • Emotional Health and Well-Being: From Patient to Survivor
  • The Benefits of Exercise for Wellness
  • Stress Management and Survivorship

Please note: Group will meet on Monday, July 2nd instead of July 4th.

About Cancer Support Community Central New Jersey: Cancer Support Community Central New Jersey (CSCCNJ) is an affiliate of Cancer Support Community, an international non-profit organization dedicated to providing free support, education and hope to people with cancer and their loved ones. The Cancer Support Community assists people affected by cancer at nearly 50 locations worldwide with 100 satellite and off-site programs and includes 3 international centers and online programs.  At CSCCNJ, all programs are free of charge. CSCCNJ opened its doors in 2004 as The Wellness Community of Central New Jersey and changed its name in October 2011.  For more information please visit our website at cancersupportcnj.org or call (908) 658-5400.


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