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Do you often feel anxious, fearful, or tired? The “Art of Coping” workshop will help you control your anxieties and...

From Brian Goodman When I was asked to write about Hope & Cope’s Nutrition activities I thought back to my...

Every year on February 4th, World Cancer Day aims to raise awareness for cancer and encourage its prevention, detection, and...

by Brian Goodman Wednesday, February 7, 2024, has been marked in my calendar since I first joined Hope & Cope...

For over 40 years, Hope & Cope has been recognized locally, nationally and internationally as a model for volunteer based...

A major side effect of cancer treatment is a lingering fatigue that affects many aspects of patients’ daily lives. At...

On January 22nd, Hope & Cope will host a French webinar titled, “Essais cliniques : questions / réponses.” Alex Nowakowski...

Brain fog, previously known as “chemo brain” is the common term for what doctors call “cancer-related cognitive dysfunction.” It refers...

Last summer three students from Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s School (ECS) raised the tidy sum of $1,000 which they...

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