|Summer 2013 (Vol. 7, No. 2)|
Wishing you well,
If you've survived cancer and continue to smoke or use other tobacco products, you may believe it is too late to quit or there is no benefit to quitting. However, it is never too late—and the benefits are numerous.
• How can I quit smoking?
Events and Community Education
Saturday, June 1
Survivorship and Social Media
We are excited to announce the launch of our Survivorship Program blog and Facebook page. Our goal is to increase awareness of the Survivorship Program services and research activities. Visit our blog and Facebook page today!
Team Survivor Northwest provides a broad range of fitness and health education programs to enable women cancer survivors, in any stage of treatment or recovery and at any fitness level. All TSNW programs are offered at no cost to members. This is a supportive and safe environment to get back into reaching one's emotional and physical goals during treatment and post-treatment. For more information, visit the TSNW website or call 206-732-8350.
For more information about the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Survivorship Program, call (866) 543-4272, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website. To schedule an appointment for yourself, a friend or family member, at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Survivorship Clinic, call (206) 288-1024.
Your support of the Hutchinson Center Survivorship Program funds research on survivor issues and concerns and provides information and support to cancer survivors.
To submit comments or questions about the newsletter, or to be added to or deleted from our mailing list, please contact the Survivorship Program at (206) 667-2814 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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