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Tuesday 6 June, 2017

Living with Cancer

This free program provides useful skills and helpful information, empowering those affected by cancer.

Hear presentations from experts about:

  • Getting the most out of your health care team
  • Dealing with treatments and side effects
  • Nutrition and exercise
  • Communicating with family, friends and colleagues

Upcoming programs

Call 13 11 20 to find out more.

Wellness and Life after Cancer

This program helps cancer survivors and their carers find a "new normal" after treatment has finished.

Hear from experienced facilitators who will deliver engaging and interactive presentations about: 

  • Adjusting to physical and emotional changes
  • Returning to work and managing finances
  • Working with your GP to adopt a healthy lifestyle
  • Connecting with local support services

Upcoming programs

Call 13 11 20 to find out more.

Help improve end of life decision-making

Decision making about treatment can be difficult at any time, but particularly approaching end of life. Can you help enhance community knowledge of the law at the end of life? Cancer Council Victoria is researching how people with a terminal illness and their carers make decisions about end of life care. We're looking to interview adults with a terminal illness, carers and bereaved carers of adults with a terminal illness who are or have been involved in medical decision-making. Find out more on how to get involved.

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