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Empowerment Series for Women to address fears, uncertainties associated with cancer diagnosis

A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. The Empowerment Series for Women with Cancer is designed to help free women diagnosed with cancer from stress and fear as much as possible and provide answers to many of their questions.

This free series of programs, sponsored by Baptist Health Lexington, gets underway Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. at Central Baptist Church, 110 Wilson Downing Road in Lexington.

The series is open to women who have ever been diagnosed with cancer regardless of where they are being treated.

The programs, held once a month for eight consecutive months, feature a complimentary dinner and a speaker.

The topic of the Oct. 10 program is Finding Emotional Balance.

Upcoming dates and topics are:

Nov. 14: Body Image After Cancer
Dec. 12:  Caring for the Spirit
Jan. 9:  Nutrition and Movement
Feb, 13:  Integrative Therapies (massage, yoga and more)
March 13:  Treatment for Cancer
April 10: Genetics
May 8: Outing to paint at Pinot’s Palette

Participants may attend as many of the programs as they wish. Call the Cancer Center Help Line to register at 859-260-4357. 

From Baptist Health Lexington

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  1. Cancer Treatment says:

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