When your treatment has ended, NSH offers various supports to help you continue to move forward in your cancer journey.
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If you or someone close to you has cancer, or has had cancer in the past, you may want to get involved with the Cancer Patient Family Network (CPFN). The...
A psychosocial cancer team provides emotional, practical and survivorship care to Nova Scotians who have been diagnosed and treated for cancer.
The team provides counselling to cancer patients and their...
There are many different cancer support groups. Some are for the patients. Others are for the family and/or friends of the patient. Others are open to anyone. Groups may be...
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