Home Now what? The highs and lows of survivorship


  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,974
    I've just noodled round that link @SoldierCrab. It's excellent. So many things I've never heard of. It's existence to start with! Good grief there are huge gaps in our care, public and private, urban and rural, and more. So much work to be done.
  • SoldierCrabSoldierCrab Smithton Tas was Bathurst nsw Member Posts: 3,418
    Kmakm thinking that this is a good spot to put these things as how many others don't know about these services/supports ? 
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,974
    I agree. Go for it! I've already registered for one of their events.  :*
  • tigerbethtigerbeth MelbourneMember Posts: 537
    Agree Kate @kmakm very interesting  , hadn't seen this before either ,thinking it may be useful too 
    thanks @SoldierCrab
  • poodlejulespoodlejules Member Posts: 391
    I was invited (from Peter Mac) to attend the event last year and went along. I found out some new things, met some other interesting survivors of all types of cancers,and ate a delicious lunch! It can be upsetting though listening to other people talk about their illness, so be prepared for tears. A nutritionist from Peter Mac also spoke but I felt her information and her charts were way out of date.
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,974
    Thanks for the heads up @poodlejules.
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