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Our goal is to deliver a better quality of service, and a better quality of life, to millions of men diagnosed with cancer through services created by patients, for patients. Please don’t assume that your doctor will tell you everything that you need to know. It is vital to take time to understand what you can do to save your life.These types of support groups can be held in hospitals, churches and community centers and are typically led by psychologists, social workers and medical professionals.Most groups are free to participate in, but some may require a small registration fee or dues.When loved ones without cancer don't understand how to respond to a patient's diagnosis, the members of cancer support groups can empathize with patients and help them cope.
Whether you want to host with friends, at work, or school, welcomes your support.Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Stupid Cancer, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is the largest charity that makes cancer suck less for those touched by young adult cancer.Founded in 2007 by Matthew Zachary, Stupid Cancer comprehensively addresses young adult cancer through advocacy, research, support, outreach, awareness, mobile health and social media.Cancer treatment centers should be able to provide patients with the names of local support groups.Cancer support groups that have nationally sponsored support meetings include I Can Cope, the Cancer Hope Network and Gilda's Club.How do we make God-inspired decisions for our lives and experience success?