Now What? Life After Cancer Treatment

We are pleased to announce our new publication! It was written for people who are completing cancer treatment and are wondering what comes next.

The wonderful photos were taken by local resident Sharon Nelson who took them during her own treatment for cancer.

Special thanks to Excellus BlueCross BlueShield for funding the project.

We’ll soon have printed copies available in our office and we encourage you to share the online version with others. We’re proud of it!

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