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Finding the Support You Need

A variety of organizations provide assistance and care to cancer patients, their families, and their caregivers.

Published July 2, 2012

Help is Available

After a cancer diagnosis, doctors and healthcare professionals may recommend that you and your family reach out to local or national support groups and organizations in order to learn more about your disease, course of treatment, and life while treating cancer. These support groups may provide education seminars and enrichment resources or help establish connections to other individuals who are in similar situations.

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