Survivor aims to raise $1 for each new YA diagnosis with Shave

Survivor aims to raise $1 for each new YA diagnosis with Shave

Chris Chow stopped cutting his hair back in August. He doesn’t like it, and thinks of it as a “hideous, massive” clump of hair on his head, but it’s part of the fourth stage of a type of remission recognition plan that sees him undertake a large philanthropic or personal venture each year.

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Anxiety and cancer: Strategies for coping (SC14Ignite recap)

One of the workshops at Survivor Conference 2014: Ignite was on identifying and coping with anxiety when you’re dealing with cancer. Karine, our program director, worked on a great presentation about the differences between anxiety and depression and ways to stay healthy.

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Important news about the next Survivor Conference

After many considerations, consultations, and conversations, we have decided to move our annual Survivor Conference from the fall to the spring (i.e. June 2014). We know the Conference is THE time of year where young adult cancer survivors in Canada get to reconnect with old friends and make new ones. We did not make this decision lightly, and won’t leave you high and dry.

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