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Navigating Breast Cancer as a Young Adult - Virtual Workshops

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

January 20, 2022
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Virtual Workshops – Breast Cancer

Introducing a series of virtual workshops for young adults with breast cancer, ages 20s-40s. These psycho-educational workshops will cover popular topics and frequently asked questions for young adults, and will also provide an opportunity to connect with others.

When:

  • Wednesday, February 2nd – 1-2pm  Navigating a New Diagnosis
  • Wednesday, February 16th – 1-2pm Balancing Work & Treatment/Diagnosis
  • Wednesday, March 2nd – 1-2pm Parenting Through Treatment
  • Wednesday, March 9th – 1-2pm Body Image
  • Wednesday, March 30th – 1-2pm Sexuality & Fertility
  • Wednesday, April 13th – 1-2pm  Mental Health After Treatment

Where:

Virtual Zoom Meeting – Invitation will be sent via email

RSVP:

RSVP by the Tuesday prior

to the meeting to: 571-748-3251

elise.lowe@usoncology.com