The Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support

Being told you have cancer is a frightening experience for anyone. Cancer support groups know that the treatment can be debilitating, expensive, and not always effective. The patient is not the only one impacted. All those who are close the patient, family, friends, co-workers, are also affected. To deal with all the changes, physical and mental, you go through with cancer it is very wise to seek out a support group. These groups, many of which are focused on specific types of cancers, provide counsel and information. They are usually organised and moderated by trained medical and/or psychosocial professionals. They help both patient and loved ones work through the issues associated with cancer and its treatment.

What is Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support?

Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support is part of the global Cancer Support Community (CSC).  CSC was created in 2009 with the merger of Wellness Community and Gilda's Club Worldwide.  Its stated mission is: “To ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.”  This is accomplished by bringing together the best qualified professional personnel to assist cancer patients and their families through providing personalised service and education.  Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support is one group which specialises in helping those with cancer of the lymphatic system.

Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support provides medical and psychosocial assistance to the patient so they can understand and deal with their treatment.  They also provide support for the family and others close to the patient.  This support is primarily informational about the cancer, its treatment, and in many cases financial assistance or advice to pay for it.  Support is provided mainly through community-based organisations such as hospitals, social services departments, and other non-profit organisations.

Where Can I Find a Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support Group?

A Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support group can be found by contacting Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre or ARC Cancer Support Centre.  Both are affiliated with CSC and provide a high quality level of service.  Maggie's centres are located throughout the UK while ARC is in Ireland.  CSC also provides an online service.  There is a 24/7 availability of a trained counsellor as well as weekly online chat sessions with other patients.  This type of Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support group may not be suitable for everyone, but it does allow the patient to interact with others from around the world.

What Can I Expect to Experience in a Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support Group?

Both Maggie's and ARC centres offer a number of services to help both patient and family deal with cancer and its treatment.  These services include emotional and psychological support through trained counsellors, psychologists, and group therapy.  They also offer sessions to help with exercise, nutrition, and stress management.  The services are designed primarily for the patient though family and friends are warmly welcomed to participate in many of them.  There are programmes designed for men, women, and children of all ages.  There are also programmes to deal with the costs, end-of-life, and bereavement.

If you are diagnosed with cancer your life will change as well as the lives of those who love you.  Dealing with cancer though does not have to be a solitary experience.  If you have cancer of the lymphoma, seek out a Wellness Lymphoma Cancer Support group near you.  Ask your doctor or local ontological association for assistance.

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