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Brain Tumor Support Group

The Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program is committed to supporting patients and  families coping with the diagnosis of a brain tumor. We believe support enhances and improves the quality of life for patients, survivors, and their families. We believe that support groups serve as an integral part of the recovery process.

We offer a monthly support group for patients and their caregivers. This support group is filled with people who have been where you are now – they have been diagnosed, gone through treatment, and are living as survivors. Join us for straight talk about:

2014 Dates: The last Thursday of every month - January 30, February 27, March 27,
  April 24, May 29, and June 26
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Stanford Cancer Center 
  875 Blake Wilbur Drive, Stanford, CA 94305
  2nd Floor, Conference Rooms CC2104 - CC2105
  Valet Parking is provided
Led by: Joanie Taylor, RN, and Sharon Lamb, RN
Questions: Joanie Taylor at 650-343-4791 and Sharon Lamb at 415-661-1442

Brain Tumor Support Group information in PDF format

The Stanford Health Library recommends: "Brain Tumors: Diagnosis and Treatment [Videorecording]"  Please contact the Stanford Health Library to view the video.

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