Support Group Hosts Series of Lectures

January 29, 2002

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Coping with the physical, emotional and psychological aspects of cancer can be as overwhelming as coping with the disease itself. The Cancer Patient Support Program (CPSP) of the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest University is hosting a series of educational seminars to address a wide range of issues impacting cancer patients and their families. The series is free and open to all. Except as noted, all seminars are held on Thursdays from 11am - noon in the CPSP conference room on the 7th floor of the Clinical Sciences Building, at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. For information call 336-716-3741. January 31 - Dog Tired: Coping with Cancer-Related Fatigue Theresa Stoker, RN, OCN, High Point Regional Hospital

February 7 - Harnessing Your Inner Resources: Guided Imagery/Relaxation Anna Lehman, M.A., L.P.A., Psychosocial Oncology and CPSP

February 14 - Nutrition and Cancer Mara Vitolins, Ph.D. Public Health Sciences

February 21 - Coping with Treatment Side Effects Lisa Hodges, R.N., B.S.N. Comprehensive Cancer Center

February 28 - 2pm - 3pm - Letting Go: A Brief Introduction to Journaling Dell James, journalist and author (Pre-registration required)

March 7 - Look Good … Feel Better: Managing Cosmetic Effects of Chemotherapy American Cancer Society

Contact: Jonnie Rohrer, Jim Steele, or Mark Wright, 336-716-4587

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