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Cancer Support

Bozeman Deaconess Cancer Center
935 Highland Boulevard, Suite 3130
Bozeman, MT 59715
For information call 414-1644

Life is different after being diagnosed with cancer. There are new challenges physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

We offer a variety of programs and resources that help cancer patients and families throughout their cancer journey. With our cancer support services, patients and families can learn more about cancer and its treatments, which can help reduce their fear and anxiety; discover ways to manage the symptoms and side effects of cancer treatment; find ways for everyone, including the children of cancer patients, to cope with living with cancer; meet other people with cancer and their families, and learn from their experiences.

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2012 Cancer Center Annual Report
Our 2012 report features a special focus breast cancer. And, in addition to a wealth of information on the disease itself, treatment options and community resources, this report also offers the unique perspective of our Breast Care Specialist.
2013 Cancer Center Annual Report Our 2013 report features a special focus on skin cancer, highlighting scientific, medical and community information. Oncologists, surgeons, providers, and community cancer specialists have contributed to this years report to provide a comprehensive look at the specific challenges, research, treatments and services for skin cancers we treat at Bozeman Deaconess Cancer Center and through our affiliated partners.

Cancer Clinical Trials
Help your health and help fight cancer through research: ask your doctor about cancer clinical trials available at Bozeman Deaconess Cancer Center. Learn if you are eligible to participate in research studies finding new ways to prevent, detect, diagnose, or treat your cancer.

Cancer Rehabilitation
Cancer treatments can cause side-effects, like fatigue, difficulty with memory or concentration, muscle pain, limb swelling, weakness, balance problems, swallowing or speech issues and more that may affect our quality of life. Our cancer rehabilitation program is offered by a group of trained professionals who successfully completed the STAR Program Certification Course.
FEBRUARY EVENTS
February 3 Bosom Buddies: Support for Breast Cancer
February 4 Cancer Support Group
February 4 Teleconferences - Cancer Support
February 5 Cancer Education Lunch Series
February 6 Cooking for Wellness
February 6 Cooking for Wellness
February 9 GYN Cancer Support
February 12 Caregiver Support Group
February 17 Bosom Buddies: Support for Breast Cancer
February 18 Cancer Support Group
February 25 Montana Prostate Connection
February 27 Teleconferences - Cancer Support
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