Section: Monmouth Medical Center News

The Cancer Support Community at Monmouth Medical Center Helps Women Adjust to Breast Cancer Diagnosis

06/12/2017

Long Branch, N.J. – Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. To help women better understand their diagnosis and what challenges they may face, the Cancer Support Community at Monmouth Medical Center is holding a free program, “What to Expect When You Have Been Diagnosed with Breast Cancer.”

Co-facilitators Erin Dooley, MSN, RN, CBEC, CN-BN and Gina Tanenbaum BSN, RN, CN-BN, will lead a discussion about treatment options and address any questions or concerns. “What to Expect” will take place Thursday, June 15 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Suite ST-007 of the Maysie-Stroock Pavilion at Monmouth Medical Center, located at 300 Second Avenue in Long Branch. RSVP is required. To register, call the Cancer Support Community at 732-923-6090.

About the Cancer Support Community

The Cancer Support Community (CSC) offers supportive programs, education, and hope for individuals affected by a cancer diagnosis, no matter where treatment is received. Monthly programs include relaxation and guided imagery, yoga, mindfulness meditation, exercise for strength, support groups and much more. Please contact CSC at 732-923-6090, or email Joan.Hogan@rwjbh.org for a copy of the monthly program calendar.

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