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Living with Cancer Support Group at NY Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital
914-644-8844
dvincent@gildasclubwestchester.org
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Living with Cancer Support Group

New York Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital

Share your cancer experiences with others and engage in discussion on cancer-related issues. Support groups provide an ongoing exploration of emotional and social concerns, personal wisdom and practical advice that comes from the experience of being impacted by cancer. This group is open to anyone in active treatment.

Facilitated by: Debbie Vincent, LMSW
Dates: 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month
5:00 pm—6:30 pm
Location: NY Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital
55 Palmer Avenue, Bronxville

Cancer Conference Room

For more information and to sign up please contact:
Debbie Vincent, Gilda’s Club Westchester 914-644-8844 x133
Or dvincent@gildasclubwestchester.org
 
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