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Open to patients in active treatment and for survivors out of treatment. Acupuncture helps patients to deal with fatigue, hot flashes, nausea & vomiting, neuropathy and anxiety.
St. Vincent’s Maureen Lynch Ringel Cancer Resource Library offers free take-away information,
Our Careline can help you resolve your medical questions by referring you to the appropriate specialist.
Provides information and resources for healthy eating during and after treatment, along with dietray tips and modificaitons to help imporve overall wellness and health.
Free class, open to everyone - Learn how to prevent cancer and improve wellness through nutrition education, research and live cooking demonstrations.
St. Vincent's Look Good Feel Better program, co-sponsored by St. Vincent's SWIM Across the Sound and the American Cancer Society, is a supportive first step toward renewed self-esteem and self-confidence for women undergoing radiation and /or chemotherapy treatment.
Manual therapy through massage reduces tension and stress, increases circulation, reduces fatigue and nausea and aids in the healing process.
Palliative care is the active, total care of patients who suffer from chronic and/or serious diseases and can be offered in conjunction with curative therapies to ease pain and other distressing symptoms.
Funding from SWIM Across the Sound allows St. Vincent's to offer FREE monthly prostate cancer screenings at various locations throughout Fairfield County.
The Prostate Cancer Survivors Lecture Series is associated with Us-Too the National Prostate Cancer Support Group & Information.
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