Supporting people of 'All Ages and Stages'

A support group can be beneficial in many ways.

Joining a support group can help you connect with others to exchange information, share feelings, or cope with various aspects of your diagnosis. Survivors can make a difference in a support group by using their knowledge and experience to help others.

Earlier this year, a breast cancer support group was organized in Hamilton with the inspiration of “All Ages and Stages.” The group is open to anyone diagnosed with breast cancer, whether they are newly diagnosed, currently undergoing treatment, post-treatment, or are a survivor. Hearing the news that you have been diagnosed with breast cancer is very overwhelming.

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