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Hope & Cope offers a wide array of events and activities designed to support those affected by cancer. From therapeutic workshops to physical rehabilitation, each activity is tailored to enhance the well-being of cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and their families.

Participants have the opportunity to connect with others on similar journeys, share experiences, and find mutual support in a compassionate environment.

Joining our community means gaining access to a network of emotional support, education, and empowerment at every stage of your journey.

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We offer easy-to-understand cancer information, new treatment updates, and personal stories to inspire.

Our blog is created by experts, survivors, and a team who cares, making it a great resource for anyone facing cancer.

The “Art of Coping” Workshop Is in November and December 2023

Do you often feel anxious, fearful, or tired? The “Art of Coping” workshop will help you control your anxieties and reach a place of serenity, thanks to “tools” such as Breathing, Mindfulness, Ways of Thinking, among many others. The experience will...

March is Nutrition month !

From Brian Goodman When I was asked to write about Hope & Cope’s Nutrition activities I thought back to my time in treatment and how nutrition affected my progress. Over fifteen years ago, the nutrition landscape was different than today. If...

Hope and Cope Radio Interview for World Cancer Day

Every year on February 4th, World Cancer Day aims to raise awareness for cancer and encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. This year, Hope & Cope’s executive director, Rick Simoneau, and exercise program coordinator, Anh Thy Le Quang,  spoke on the...

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