This support group is designed to address the unique feelings and concerns that survivors face upon the completion of cancer treatment. Open to women who have completed treatment within the past year. Registration is required: Call Susan Jacobstein at 301-896-6837 or firstname.lastname@example.org
These are the sixth most common form of cancer in the United States, with 40,000 cases diagnosed annually. At highest risk for these cancers are smokers and tobacco users. However oral, head & neck cancers in non-smokers is a growing problem. Johns Hopkins Head and Neck Cancer Center physicians are providing free head and neck screenings. The 10-minute screenings are easy and painless. Registration required.
Women cancer patients in active treatment are invited to join us for Look Good...Feel Better. This free program will show you how to combat the appearance-related side effects of treatment. Trained, volunteer cosmetologists will demonstrate how to cope with skin changes and hair loss. Registration required at www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org
The American Academy of Dermatology recommends that adults with significant past sun exposure or a family history of skin cancer should have an annual skin examination. Join board-certified dermatologists for one of these free screenings! Open to community members who have not had a skin screening in the past year. Co-sponsored by the Sidney J. Malawer Memorial Foundation. Registration required.
Restore and refresh your body, mind, and spirit in gently paced classes that enhance strength, flexibility, and balance. Taught by Maggie Rhoades. No prior yoga experience is necessary. Scholarships are available. Open to all cancer survivors. Registration required.