Celebration of Hope

Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia
Last Modified: August 27, 2012

Dates: Friday, October 5, 2012
Location: Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue

Sponsoring Group: Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia

Web Page URL: www.cancersupport-phila.org/CelebrationofHope2012.htm

Topics Covered: Fitness and Cancer, Competing with Cancer, Eating Well with Cancer, NIA exercise

Objectives: Provide inspiration, education and hope for people affected by cancer

Who Should Attend: People with cancer, their caregivers, healthcare professionals

Registration Information: ABOUT THE CONFERENCE Learn more by visiting www.cancersupport-phila.org or by calling 215.879.7733. Or, register for this conference through this link: http://www.cancersupport-phila.org/Registration-COH2012.php This is the 13th Celebration of Hope conference presented by CSCP. The conference offers support, information, and inspiration to enable cancer survivors and their loved ones to live as fully as possible during and beyond their cancer experience. There is NO CHARGE to attend. Complimentary coffee and served lunch will be provided. Free parking is available in hotel lot. FUNDING FOR CELEBRATION OF HOPE: Estate of Joseph G. Tramo Bob Brockman NIA Fund Morphotek Lorraine J. D'Emilio Foundation.

Fees: Free

Continuing Education: No

Audience: Patients

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