Tag: Breast Cancer Discussion Group

Breast cancer discussion group

Rayma Scalzo Have you been recently diagnosed with breast cancer? If so, you may be frightened about your future and wondering if you will be okay. It can be overwhelming and often isolating. It is for these reasons that you might want to consider attending our PebbleCreek Breast Cancer Discussion Group. It is open to…

Support during your journey with cancer

Rayma Scalzo Have you been recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer? If so, you may be frightened about your future and whether you will be okay. It can be overwhelming and often is isolating. It is for these reasons that you might want to consider attending our PebbleCreek Breast Cancer Discussion Group. It is open to…

Breast Cancer Discussion Group

Rayma Scalzo Our next Breast Cancer Discussion Group will be held on Thursday, April 23 from 10:00 a.m. to noon in the Capri Room at the Tuscany Clubhouse. Following the meeting, many of us go to lunch at Toscana’s and get to know each other better. Dr. Rich Shildt, Oncologist, will be present to answer…

Breast Cancer Discussion Group

Rayma Scalzo Our next Breast Cancer Discussion Group will be held on Thursday, March 26 from 10:00 a.m. to noon in the Capri Room at the Tuscany Clubhouse. Following the meeting many of us go to lunch at Toscana’s and get to know each other better. Dr. Rich Shildt, Oncologist, will be present to answer…

Breast Cancer Discussion Group

Rayma Scalzo Our next Breast Cancer Discussion Group will be held on Thursday, November 20 from 10:00 a.m. to noon in the Milan Room at the Tuscany Clubhouse. Dr. Rich Shildt, Oncologist, will be present to answer any questions you may have. Following the meeting, many of us go to lunch at Toscanas and get…

A pillow to give you comfort

Rayma Scalzo Our PebbleCreek Breast Cancer Discussion Group has a supply of heart pillows made by the Estrella Mountain Quilters. They will be given to any woman undergoing surgery for a lumpectomy or mastectomy. The pillows have been designed to bring comfort while recovering from surgery. They are placed underneath the arm where the surgery…